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Old 11-13-2012, 08:43 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Ramon View Post
Those synthetic strings that move (ex. PSGD) usually stay straight for the first couple of sets. Then when they lose elasticity they start to move. This loss of elasticity is related to tension loss. When the string is less elastic, there is less tension, so there is definitely a relationship there. The playability goes down after that.
EUREKA!!!

strings go dead. but the synguts will retain elasticity much longer. and yes, they will move alot while still quite playable. basically, if you don't break them they "last" alot longer than poly in general.

i can't relate to you guys that crush strings in 2 hours, so i can't speak to that. time to go pro, i'd say.
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