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Strings

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by TOmike, Oct 12, 2002.

  1. TOmike

    TOmike Regular Member

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    what are good strings to have?

    i'm geting a racquet and part of the deal is that stringing is included and you can have whichever string you'd like

    btw. it'll be a Swing Power SS. ISO Yonex
     
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    You're getting it at Yo's right?:) I'd suggest Yonex BG 68-ti or BG 80. I like both very much the BG 68-ti seems to be more durable though.
     
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    Depending on what kind of style you play. If you want good control, BG-85 is great and even better, try to get BG-88Ti or BG-100 cyber natural :D the store said any string. If you are a smash-happy player, maybe go w/ BG-75Ti or BG-68Ti, your string will last much longer then if you use any string number above 80's. Those are rather thin strings.
     
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    It depends on what kinda "feeling" u r looking for. Control or Power? Also, what kinda bird ur usually? If for plastic, maybe BG-70 is also a good choice.

    If u r not sure, BG-65 is all around, always be a nice cheap and safe choice.
     
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    i practice with feather usually, but for school i'll be using plastics.. i'm looking for a fair share of both control and power.. leaning toward the power though

    money is not an issue here, because the stringing price is included
     
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    If you are primarily gonna use plastic, go with BG-70 pro. It's designed for play with plastic and also hard hitting.
     

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