Would hybriding MSV ruin its spin potential?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by tennisplayer132, Oct 26, 2009.

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  1. tennisplayer132

    tennisplayer132 New User

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    I love the MSV huge spin potential. However, I hope to hybrid it to make more durable and last longer. Do you think a hybrid would significantly compromise the huge spin potential of MSV. Do you think it would be worth it?
     
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  2. ci2ca

    ci2ca Semi-Pro

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    Hm, if you're going to hybrid it with a softer string the durability factor is going to be subpar to the full bed of MSV. In my opinion...full bed!
     
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  3. downs_chris

    downs_chris Professional

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    i've actually only tried msv in hybrid form...is the full bed that much better? i'm definitely loving it so far...but if putting it in as a full bed makes it even better, then i might have to try that...
     
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  4. jazzyfunkybluesy

    jazzyfunkybluesy Banned

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    Hybrid or Full Setup

    On full setup I feel it causes too many vibrations plus loses tension too fast. I can recomend a hybrid with synthetic for more comfort and to offset the tension loss. I like OG MicroSheep 17 its cheap and performs well.
     
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  5. High Roller

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    Something along the lines of Spiral Flex (or PSGD if that's your thing) or FT Ruff will be fine as a cross.
     
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  6. Storm_Kyori

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    I've only tried it in a hybrid and I doubt it will have much more spin potential in full.
     
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