Prince string suggestions?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by eeytennis, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. eeytennis

    eeytennis Semi-Pro

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    I am getting some free Prince string but because I have never used, nor strung with it before I am not sure what they are like...anyway, could any of you suggest some hybrid combos. I am a competitive player and like to play out points from the baseline.
     
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  2. The_Question

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    If you must use Prince, try Pro Blend...
     
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  3. T1000

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    i sometimes use a lightning /topspin combo. its worth a try
     
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  4. themitchmann

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    The new hybrids from Prince are pretty nice. The poly is fairly soft, and the multi is very soft.

    You can get the same string, but in different gauges:
    Hybrid Power EXP 17/16
    Hybrid Spin EXP 18/17
     
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  5. the wise wizard

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    syn gut multi is great, same with syn gut duraflex, premier softflex i have not used but many people i string for seem to like it
     
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  6. PROTENNIS63

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    Just get synthetic gut multi... it is the only good valued string they have.
     
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  7. themitchmann

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    I agree about the syn gut multi. I use it as a cross string in my own and many customers' racquets. You could use the new Poly EXP in the mains.
     
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  8. eeytennis

    eeytennis Semi-Pro

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    Hey thanks to everyone for their suggestions! I was definitely leaning towards using Poly EXP 17 in the mains...and a synthetic in the crosses! Thanks!
     
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