What is your favorite set up?

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  1. ESP#1

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    Hey everyone, i am trying different set ups, just wanted to see what everyone else is using,

    I would have to say my favorite set up ive had is a hybrid of banger flouro on mains and x one on the crosses at about 54 57
     
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  2. ESP#1

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    Feel free to describe your style of play if youd like as well and why your set up works for you,

    once again thanks:)
     
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  3. ESP#1

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    Wow!! im gettin great participation on this one!! Anybody want to contribute? Dont be scared there is no right answer, its purely subjective:)
     
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  4. Okazaki Fragment

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    -Baseliner who likes to pretend he's Edberg.

    -Kevlar/Kevlar 42/44
     
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  5. TfReAk

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    I'm still trying out different setups with my recently bought Wilson Hps 6.1. I just put in a full msv focus hex 1.18 stringjob/ Find it a bit harsh.

    Full msv plays better with my head i.prestige mp. I think I'll do a hybrid of signum pro poly 1.18 mains@24kg and tecnifibre promix@26kg. Just to soften things up.
     
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  6. am22fcw

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    Luxilon M2/67

    NXT 17/65
     
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  7. Zhou

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    So far my Signature. Bottom line.
     
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  8. ESP#1

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    How you like that dunlop max? how does in compare to other multis?
     
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  9. davidahenry

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    Full Luxilon BB Alu Power Rough @ 61 lbs. I'm a baseliner who likes to take big cracks at the ball. Alu gives me added control and incredible bite.

    DH
     
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  10. davidahenry

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    Wasn't Edberg more of a serve and volley player as opposed to a baseliner? :confused:

    Take care.

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  11. ESP#1

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    Nah edberg was def a baseline grinder, an early version of nadal:)
     
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  13. Storm_Kyori

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    My sig. Blaseliner
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  14. chang10is

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    Dunlop Max Comfort is a very soft multi, much softer than the other multis I've used like Wilson Sensation. It's also incredibly elastic--it stretches like crazy while stringing. You'll probably have to string it 2-3 pounds higher than your typical multi to feel like you get the same stringbed stiffness. Provides pretty good touch, feel, and playability. I've used it only in 1 racquet so far, but I'm pretty happy with it. Sure beats the Wilson Sensation I had in there before, which I found too dull and lacking in liveliness.
     
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  16. Chris De Tone

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    Tecnifibre NRG2 18g...full set up in my KBT x 3...serve and volley.
     
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  18. RoddickAce

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    PDR - Pro Hurricane 60 lbs 16g, now trying the Pro Hurricane tour 60 lbs 16g. Both seem very similar.
    -Baseliner who likes to hit angles with a lot of spin, but now trying to hit flatter shots.
     
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  19. ESP#1

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    Thanks chang! i might give it a try, maybe hybrid it with cyberflash or big ace
     
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  20. Zhou

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    I tried the set up courtesy of Samster and I like it. Unfortunately I had a lot of PHT and NXT lying around so I end up using it and liking it in the reverse set up from my APDC.
     
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  21. Xtreme

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    MG Extreme Pro. Blue Gear mains at 56 and Gamma asterisk spin crosses at 58. Baseliner with too much spin
     
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  22. ESP#1

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    Almost forgot to include my type play,:oops:

    I'm an aggressive baseliner heavy topspin off both wings:)
     
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