Which isospeed baseline is worth getting?

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  1. dantespark33

    dantespark33 Semi-Pro

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    i've been wanting to get a reel of iso speed baseline, but i'm not sure which one
    i've already ruled out the 15g one
    im gonna be using them in hybrids with multis
    i just need to decide which one to get
    there is only one that has feedback
    and they dont sell in single sets so i cant try em out in sets
    so the one i choose i don't want to regret
     
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  2. 2nd_Serve

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    Get the Baseline Control. Although it's the only one I tried, it is a terrific string.
     
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  3. Bud

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    The Baseline Spin is fantastic, too. It's very soft for a poly.
     
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  4. dantespark33

    dantespark33 Semi-Pro

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    did you guys string full poly or in hybrids?
     
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  5. [d]ragon

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    i kinda want to try them. they look like they are all the same, just different guages
     
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  6. dantespark33

    dantespark33 Semi-Pro

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    there werent many threads about reviews, i think there were maybe 2
     
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  7. ag200boy

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    does anyone know which one is the stiffest?

    i was looking for a string to stiffen up my full big ace
     
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  8. Bud

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    Hybrid, here.

    I primarily use it for crosses.
     
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  9. Bud

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    Probably the smallest gauge... Baseline Long Life 15L (1.35)
     
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  10. ag200boy

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    wait....

    wouldnt a 15l be the largest, softest, guage?
     
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  11. Bud

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    Depends on who ya talk to :lol:
     
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  12. ag200boy

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    well im confused now
     
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  13. tennisp13

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    I play with the 17L Spin. Loose tension quickly on initial string time (at least 4 lbs) but after that it stop. I strung my 58lbs on TF 335 16x20 ( usually string Pro Supex Big Ace 17 at 54lbs). Usually break them in 3 weeks or so but I like it, good spin.
     
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  14. ag200boy

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    ^^^ would you say it is significantly stiffer then big ace?
     
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  15. tennisp13

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    Actually it a thinner string so it actually softer...
     
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  16. khuang

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    I have the 16g baseline control. I use it in my mains with syn. gut crosses. I'm not the best at judging the feel of certain strings, but I think it's a solid string.
     
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  17. the wise wizard

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    ive got 17l and its pretty good but i havent used the others
     
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