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Old 11-13-2012, 09:13 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by MAX PLY View Post
As Irving said, string moves if you hit with spin. Some of the roughs may move less and Recoil is a thought--you could also recommend adding string savers. You could also recommend he try a String-Thing straightener (which works just ok)--otherwise, there's always golf.
Not sure where we are going with this. Is the reason for wanting a string that does move (or has the appearance of not moving) because you want to reduce string breaking or does the customer just not want to see the crocked strings?
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