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Old 12-30-2012, 05:29 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by Macedo View Post
Disagree, if it kills your arm Lux and Babolat strings it's because you can't play with polys. But there are also good, average and bad strings in both brands.There are smooth strings with greats pops, or not. But a simple string isn't the solution to a thousand of players. Yes, this is very confusing and can be very discussed

What I'm trying to say is that Pro's pro strings have more vibrations than "normal" strings. And that you can't avoid anyway
Nope, I completely disagree with your points here. In my experience Lux and Bab are stiffer than a lot of other polys and can transfer a LOT of shock after their resiliency period ends. The Pro's Pro strings I've played with, like the MSV strings, seemed to be softer.

Pro's Pro strings do have more vibrations than syngut or multis, but seem to be among the softer polys. I wouldn't include Bab and Lux in that group even though both have their fair share of followers who love them.
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