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    Default Alpha Ghost Stringing Machine

    US$2500.

    looks pretty good.

    independent 6/12 and side supports, adjustable towers, gravity release clamps base.

    Available May 2012.


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    Does this mean Kwun will put the 6004 off the purchase list?

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    $2500 is way over budget.

    besides, it is tennis machine with little tweakability. what's the fun in that?

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    I am sure Michal can machine full-metal badminton supports for the machine.

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    Same profile as the plastic ones but smaller in size to fit badminton frames

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    the side support aren't the biggest issue. it is the size of the whole thing and the distance to the gripper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    $2500 is way over budget.

    besides, it is tennis machine with little tweakability. what's the fun in that?
    Then what is the point to post it here ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udonming View Post
    Then what is the point to post it here ?
    in case someone else has a deeper budget than me.

    or don't mind a bigger machine. afterall, most machines out there that people use are tennis machines, there are only the handful of us who are so picky about the size.

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    I am temped to post this machine looks just like Baiardo Just to piss off Mark G. Sory Mark.
    Anyway, It is a capable machine just like the Baiardo with much reasonable price. Trust me, I had to sell my car to pay for my new machine at that time. If you are not Master LSD who LOVES to torture racquet at high tension, both Baiardo and Ghost are great and can string up to 30 lb without any issue (I just did a VT-Zf at 29 lb last night and a AT900P at 30 lb last week.
    If you don't need the touch screen, this is a very reasonable priced machine that can do everything (except weaving)

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    I am temped to post this machine looks just like Baiardo Just to piss off Mark G. Sory Mark.
    aside from both being black... hm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    I am sure Michal can machine full-metal badminton supports for the machine.
    He already has. I'll put a pic in the Customs thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    the side support aren't the biggest issue. it is the size of the whole thing and the distance to the gripper.
    How does this distance differ from the YONEX ES5 or Protech 8?

    Anybody please chime in as I'm contemplating getting this machine this year.

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    The distance on Yonex ES5 protech from the pole to the beginning of gripper is about 12".

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZbadman View Post
    How does this distance differ from the YONEX ES5 or Protech 8?

    Anybody please chime in as I'm contemplating getting this machine this year.
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    looked like maybe 8 1/4inches from diablo. I check Ghost later. 10 3/4 inches from gripper. This ES5 Pro
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    8 5/16" from Diablo, 11 1/4 from tension head
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