Which Natural Gut and synthetic to use?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by 300Gkid, Oct 24, 2006.

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Which Nat. Gut and synthetic

  1. Titan Natural Gut

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  2. Babolat Tonic+

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  3. Klip Legend

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  4. Prince Synthetic Gut Duraflex

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  5. Gosen OG Micro synthetic

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  6. Other (synthetic only, please post)

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  1. 300Gkid

    300Gkid Professional

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    Ok im either going to use Titan natural gut, Babolat Tonic gut, or Klip Legend as the mains on my racquet

    For synthetic crosses im looking at either Gosen micro or PSGD

    What do u think

    BTW PICK ONE GUT AND ONE SYNTHETIC
     
  2. bcsax123

    bcsax123 Semi-Pro

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    No Prince Original Synthetic? I think it's better than PSGD. PSG Original is softer than PSGD I think.
    Klip Legend is a nice gut. But why Babolat Tonic instead of VS?
     
  3. tennis_nerd22

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    from your list, tonic and gosen sheep
     
  4. 300Gkid

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    Tonic is cheaper, im looking to keep it around the $25 area
     
  5. theace21

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    I use BDE, but over the last year I have read many positive comments about the Klip Legend. I would try that first.

    I use gosen, either as a full job or hybrid. I only hybrid during the summer when I play nearly everyday.
     
  6. 300Gkid

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    K now Klip Legend vs. Tonic, to tonic or klip voters, why did u choose the string you chose? Have u compared them head to head or........
     
  7. vbtennis99

    vbtennis99 New User

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    i would go with the klip legend and PSGD... this is just my opinion
     
  8. SunDog

    SunDog Rookie

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    Legend has more gauge options than Tonic. You cant (to my knowlege) get Tonic in 17g. I never used Tonic - but I have used VS - and honestly - I prefer Legend (uncoated). I use a cheap solid core syngut in my crosses - sold by tournafibre on a reel that costs me around $30.
     
  9. jdub486

    jdub486 New User

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    Babolat Tonic Mains, Babolat Super Fine Play Crosses at 2 lbs less than mains
     
  10. Nextman916

    Nextman916 Professional

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    Just asking, why are you hybriding a natural and synthetic?
     
  11. 300Gkid

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    because i want some of the feel of natural gut without paying the full price. I chose synthetic becasue, im not a big string breaker
     
  12. 300Gkid

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    because i want some of the feel of natural gut without paying the full price. I chose synthetic becasue, im not a big string breaker
     
  13. thejackal

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    natural gut is like crack. why get hooked and never be able to play with anything else? lol
     

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