Fave strings in your Fischer M Speed Pro #1?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Keifers, Aug 9, 2009.

  1. Keifers

    Keifers Legend

    Jun 20, 2005
    I put Gamma Prodigy 16 @ 58 in mine because I liked the way Prodigy 16 played in the demo I tried. I'd like to move on to other strings that will further enhance that unique and delicious "Fischer feel."

    Mine is a 105, but I'd be interested in what you put in your 98s as well.

    Please tell us the strings, gauges and tensions you liked the best.

  2. NicoMK

    NicoMK Rookie

    Aug 2, 2009
    Any Tecnifibre multifilaments (NRG, X-One, TGV...) or Wilson Sensation, or Head Fibergel... are good on the Fischer racquets. And I've always thought that the Fischer racquets play better with rather low tensions.

    Cheers !
  3. schenkelini

    schenkelini Semi-Pro

    Sep 2, 2008
    Chino. CA
    I just received a 105 in a trade. I hit with it yesterday for the first time. It has some sort of synthetic gut at 54lbs. It took some getting used to. My ususal stick is a Ki15 PSE with a Black Magic/OG Micro at 56/58. It seems to me that the Fischer is a good candidate for a full gut string job at maybe even lower tension than 54. What kind of experiences do you guys have with Gut in at 105?
  4. stoble

    stoble Semi-Pro

    Jun 29, 2006
    I switched to the Pro1 98 SL about 5 months ago and tried full synthetic, full multi, full poly, and now full gut in it.

    NicoMK I agree with you about Fischers at lower tensions. I noticed that I started with 54 lbs and have slowly gone down to 51 so far, although with gut I went back to 54.

    Here are my thoughts on the strings I've tried. But please keep in mind that I'm a predominantly flat hitter and don't break strings very quickly. The gut is easily the best performing so far; great ball pocketing, great spin, lots of power, and nice touch around the net. A multifilament feels similar for the first 5 hours but then seems to lose it's life. Synthetic is SUPER crisp and plays pretty well in all areas. It seems to lose its bite after about 8 hours but is still playable. Poly was great for smashing groundstrokes and there was tons of spin and control, but I could not get used to hitting volleys with it. It just felt weird and difficult to get a good punch on the ball, it sort of felt like I had to swing at my volleys to get any punch.

    Overall natural gut has been the best experience so far. I like regular synthetic gut over multi because when the multi goes soft it feels out of control in a flexy frame like this. Poly didn't seem to fit my game as I'm not a baseliner, although I may try a hybrid next time and also go down 2 more pounds with the poly.

    Reference Strings:
    Synthetic: Prince Original 17g, with Duraflex 17g
    Poly: SPPP 17g
    Multi: Technifibre Multifeel 17g
    Natural Gut: Pacific Classic 17g
    Last edited: Aug 10, 2009
  5. Keifers

    Keifers Legend

    Jun 20, 2005
    Thanks, guys.

    Anyone else?
  6. Deck

    Deck New User

    Apr 1, 2008
    Lake Wylie, SC
    I have tried every many combination's and a full multi like NRG definitely will give the racquet that unique soft feel that the Fischers are known for. I use the M Speed No.1 98 and a couple Mag Tours, both are the heavier SL version. Full gut will be similar but very expensive.
  7. racquetjunkie

    racquetjunkie Rookie

    Jan 9, 2006
    Bay Area, California
    for such a soft racquet (at least in the throat), I find a poly mains hybrid works really well with it. I used this frame for 2 years and tried tons of poly mains hybrid combinations. I settled on 54# on the mains and 57# on the crosses (any syn gut or even multifillament... I cannot tell them apart when strung in the crosses, honestly). My favorite for this frame was Pro Red code 17 followed by Lux TIMO 17L, paired with a syn gut.

    if you like a crisp but flexible feel at the same time, give this combo a try. (oh and lots of spin)

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