Talk Tennis Guru
Yeah, but the whole point of buying an Angell racquet is that you already know what specs you want.The advantage you have is that you at least have an idea of how the racquet plays and what the feel is like.True, but this is really true for any used racquet. If the seller can't tell you the strung specs, you can end up with something way over or way under spec.
I will try adding some more weight to the butt end to raise the balance, but now we are getting near 340 grams static weight, which is over my preferred spec.
I will stay with it for a while and see if I can get comfortable with it. I only had one brief outing so far for 30 mins so that's not much at all. I am going to pcik
up the racquet in a few hours which was restrung with 17g syngut, so I will be curious to see what the swingweight is now.
I do think you will now notice a difference in SW. I learned this years back when I put full poly in a frame and it was a noticeable difference.