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Gosen strings....etc

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by jwu, Oct 25, 2002.

  1. jwu

    jwu Regular Member

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    Majority of people here are seem to use yonex or ashaway strings. How about Gosen strings? I've only read a little regarding the GS-88 and GS-80 by byro-nenium earlier. Anyone else have tried Gosen strings? or any other strings besides ashaway or yonex?
     
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  3. jwu

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    Thanks a lot cheung, I apologize for not looking carefully in the forum before posting. :(
     
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    Wait for 2 wks or so. I will string my friend's racket with Gosen Ti Silver. I will ask him to give u some feed back.
     
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    Thanks lazy, I got a couple packs of GS88 and will try those out when I get them.
     
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    GS-88 are best at high tensions. I like my rackets strung at around 26lbs, and the Gosen GS-88 doesn't give you that block type feeling the BG-66 gives u at that tension. But the downside, the GS-88 loses feel pretty fast. Much faster than the BG-66
     

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