A good Synthetic Gut to Hybrid with a Poly?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by David123, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. David123

    David123 Hall of Fame

    Jan 27, 2010
    Hey guys i am a 5.0 tennis player and i have a big forehand which is mostly flat but i like to have some topspin too. I use a ksix one 95 (16x18 ) and am going to purchase the Kirschbaum proline II 1.20, and the Cyberflash 17(1.25)/cyberblue 17 (1.25) (which cyber?) and the silverstring. Anyways i wanted to try hyrbid for the first time to see what it feel like. Most people have said that it feels much better and improves your playability. So, what is a good synthetic gut to string the crosses with or should i string the synthetic on the mains? and what tension for each? I have heard the Gosen Micro 17 is a good synthetic gut but any other opinions?

    Ps. I would rather want a gut with better playability rather than durability.

    All opinions are appriciated!

  2. kashgotmoney

    kashgotmoney Professional

    Jul 30, 2008
    for synthetic gut, i like head synthetic gut pps and after that, prince syn gut with duraflex. try it in your crosses
  3. mikeler

    mikeler Moderator

    Sep 26, 2008
    Central Florida
    Gamma is nice and smooth, does not fray as bad as PSGD with poly in the mains.
  4. tennisINmyBLOOD

    tennisINmyBLOOD Rookie

    Nov 30, 2009
    I like Gosen OG Sheep Micro in any hybrid. It's quite comfortable and seems to soften out the poly. Very cheap cross, yet performs very well. If I didn't have my favorite cross available (Tecnifibre Multifeel), this would be next on my list.

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