If I did this , how would this help the TE? I'd think an overgrip and basegrip would provide more shock absorption than having a naked racquet with 2 overgrips? Or are you saying if I felt the bevels more, I could be more consistent in the way I grip? Or needing less of a death grip to feel the bevels?Off topic but it's like asking 10 people if a certain dish is too salty...
Personally, when I tried two Wilson Pro overgrips on top of a regular Wilson basegrip, it felt very much like a sausage without bevel feel, to me.
It's completely different than removing the original regular Wilson basegrip and then adding two overgrips, that works fine in terms of feel but gets the opposite effect of making the racquet more HH.
OP should try and see what works for him.
I usually use one OG on a basegrip. I feel I'm pretty consistent with feeling the bevels. I think when trying to generate more pace, I sometimes grip tighter, when in fact I should be going looser.
Quick update--using Hyper G soft in the mains with TNT2 in the crosses, both at 48. TE still present but much better overall. Leaving town, so I'm thinking of taking 10 days off from tennis to get more rest.