The discussion is indeed about stringing skills, product knowledge, and the need for certification.
As Wikky stated, just having the certificate does not make one a master technician.
IMO the key is caring about your clients' needs and a commitment to excellence.
I think that my analogies were appropriate.
Even if I played regularly, there is no way that I could test all frame/string combinations or attempt to imitate my clients' playing styles.
That's why I haunt these boards, to gather data that will be useful in my recommendations.
Occasionally, I fail and have to restring for free.
Some knowledge only comes from experience.
If I were like some of the posters here (y'all know who they are), I'd only recommend the same racquet, string, and tension for everyone.
How silly would that be?
Neos 1000, Eagnas Combo 810
Last edited by fortun8son : 01-07-2013 at 12:31 AM.