What type string do you use?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Rabbit, Feb 21, 2004.

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What type string do you use

  1. Cheap synthetic (mono under $5)

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  2. More expensive synthetic (mono over $5)

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  3. Cheap Multifilament (under $8)

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  4. More expensive Multifilament (over $8)

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  5. Kevlar

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  6. Cheap poly

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  7. Expensive poly (over $8)

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  8. Natural gut

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  9. Cheap hybrid (under $10)

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  10. Expensive hybrid (over $10)

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  1. Rabbit

    Rabbit G.O.A.T.

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    What type string do you use?
     
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  2. !<-_->!

    !<-_->! Professional

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    Of the few times I've had to get my racquet restrung, I have tried a cheap mono, a fairly expensive multi, a poly, and might try a gut hybrid.
     
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  3. kentuckytennisdude

    kentuckytennisdude New User

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    I use an expensive poly. Luxilon and sometimes Pacific
     
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  4. DDRnrgONxtc

    DDRnrgONxtc New User

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    Expensive poly
     
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  5. David Valencia

    David Valencia New User

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    My current string combo is Babolat VS Team 17/Prince Syn. Gut Soft 17.
     
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  6. Grimjack

    Grimjack Banned

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    Went with expensive multi, because my regular is Laserfiber Supreme 17g. Currently experimenting with TiMo 17, though. So, there it is.
     
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  7. Koz

    Koz Rookie

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    Where's the "expirament aimlessly with no intention of ever finding the 'one' string?" button???

    Currently I'd put 'expensive hybrid', Volkl Powerfibre Mains, and Ashaway Vantage Pro (older, stiffer multi) in the crosses. It's a pretty soft, cushy stringbed, but I think I'm liking it. I'll have at least one racquet strung with this setup during this coming highschool season. However, I also have a stick with PDF 16 in it, and another with that Ashaway multi. Next up is Head Rip Tour (probably with the ashaway multi in the crosses). I hope it plays somewhat similar to Intellitour; I love that string.
     
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  8. JAN

    JAN New User

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    Pacific Classic Gut 17L in Volkl Tour 10 MP @ #63
     
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