Vibe Damps

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by Swan Song, Feb 20, 2004.

  1. Swan Song

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    Do you know any non-worm dampener that sucks up a whole lotta sound and vibrations?
     
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  2. willman

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    there's a babolat damper that's a bit heavy but an excellent vibrator. Check for it on TW
     
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  3. LMW

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    Rubberband.
     
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  4. Swan Song

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    Thnx a bunch u two!
     
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  5. PureCarlosMoyaDrive

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    I always thought the Babolat high damp dampened too much for me, so I go for the cable grommets now.
     
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  6. bcaz

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    I like the Unique Sampras O
     
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  7. Anonymous

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    When I get a haircut I tie up my hair into a vibration damper.
     
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  8. kreative

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    babolat high damp, redeye, and wilson W
     
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  9. Justyn Daniell

    Justyn Daniell New User

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    PCMD, where can I get the cable grommets? and are they better than the sampras "o"
     
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  10. Swan Song

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    Sorry but I know you didn't ask that question to me, but you can get'm at osh or home depot and imo, i think they're much better than the o's.
     
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  11. Drizzt

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    How do you put the rubber band vibration dampner on?
     
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  12. Jerry Seinfeld

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    The Wilson Shock Trap (not available at TW) is among the most effective dampeners on the market.
     
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  13. Shane Reynolds

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    The Fischer VibraStop is the best, IMHO. It is essentially a rubber band with a button on it; pretty hard to get on but it won't come off easily, either.
     
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