Originally Posted by souledge
On the off chance, have you looked at both poly and gut / poly on low tensions?
When you say durability, you're talking about the playability of the string rather than the string breaking correct?
I usually define it as the former being longevity and the latter being durability.
Those are good distinctions.
For me generally I mean "does the string feel dead or boardy" when I talk about durability. I do break gut mains when using poly crosses but not on a consistent basis. In most cases the poly cross feels dead to me or gets too springy before that point.
When I tried full poly it was always in the mid to high 40s at most. never hit with one long enough to judge either string breakage or "going dead" since I didn't really like how they felt.