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Old 01-21-2013, 07:28 PM   #14
Overheadsmash
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I bought a stringway and taught myself to string. Great machine.

My favorite setup so far is Technifibre X1 biphase 16 in the mains, and Technifibre Red Code 18 in the crosses. I go 52 on the biphase, and 50 on the red code crosses. Dunlop silk is not good.

The great thing about a stringing machine is that you can experiment with different strings and tensions.

If you go on youtube and search for yulitle stringing you will find a whole series of videos that this guy made about how to string. I taught myself with his videos and another set by a guy named drakulie who is like the Roger Federer of stringing.

I do not regret buying a machine at all.
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