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Old 10-07-2012, 09:49 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by lawrencejin View Post
Thanks for all the suggestions The n.gut wasn't pre-stretched, so that's definitely something I'll try next. Using thicker gauge is also a nice idea, and I do recall reading many great reviews on co-focus as a cross. I guess that pretty much sums up what to tweak for the next string job:

1. Pre-stretch the natural gut
2. Use 16 gauge strings
3. Natural gut/Co-focus at 60/52lb

My Klip Legend gut started fraying after just two kick serves. That was a little disheartening, although I think (hope) it's just the outer coating that's coming off, and the strings will last many more hours. Next time I will try Pacific Classic or Tonic+.
Fraying is, and always shall be bad. Depending on how bad it is, it could last a while or be on the verge of breaking.

It's probably due to your wet weather. I normally get ~8 hours and during one misty night I popped my strings after only 3 hours.
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