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Old 01-04-2013, 06:10 AM   #4
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1. I'm thinking about buying a stringing machine (more so for myself than to string for others at this point).

2. Money is no object for a machine. I could buy anything from a Neos 1500 to a Baiardo. No need to be wasteful of $$$ though. Just want a quality machine that I'll be happy with for years. What would you recommend?

3. Learning... what's the best way to learn? Unfortunately I live pretty far away from any big cities or major tennis areas. So... USRSA? YouTube (links appreciated)? Books, videos???

Thanks in advance!
If you can spend $$$, then go for high end machine and you won't search for the stringing machines ever again hahaha.
I also bought one of high end electronic machine for the first stringing machine and I don't regret my decision. (everything is just so smooth).
Also if you don't like string any more, usually stringing machines hold good resale values.

any machine with a good brake (for stringing prince O3 rackets), it will be okay to use it.
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