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    You can buy NBG98 from me if you want. Buying a high end racket will not make you good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phandrew View Post
    You can buy NBG98 from me if you want. Buying a high end racket will not make you good.
    Yup, and neither will Yonex-clothing ( that the professionals wear ) ..

    We can only look good in photos by having the most expensive equipment, but the way we play won't be any different.

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    i did do a over grip, and i sold my n9000 x to a friend for the same price i got it for lol. because he saw me have a toss with it when it was just opened and i said it wasn't for me and SOLD. so another racquet isn't a problem ^_^. i was looking at the arc saber 7 lol .

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    Quote Originally Posted by slayer22 View Post
    i did do a over grip, and i sold my n9000 x to a friend for the same price i got it for lol. because he saw me have a toss with it when it was just opened and i said it wasn't for me and SOLD. so another racquet isn't a problem ^_^. i was looking at the arc saber 7 lol .
    You really should consider getting an average racket and use the money to get a coach to train you.

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    Why not just buy a cheap racquet like low end AT, low end CAB, ISO75MF light, etc. They're better for newbies because they're easier to generate power with, they're cheaper, probably more durable, and especially will leave you more $$ to spend on coaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athelete1234 View Post
    Why not just buy a cheap racquet like low end AT, low end CAB, ISO75MF light, etc. They're better for newbies because they're easier to generate power with, they're cheaper, probably more durable, and especially will leave you more $$ to spend on coaching.

    okay..how bout this? a isometric 23?

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    http://www.badmintonshoponline.us/un...roducts_id=288

    armotec 150
    Last edited by slayer22; 08-10-2008 at 05:29 PM.

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    You can buy a SOTX Woven 7 for a bit more of $79USD or Woven 2 for $61USD instead of buying the AT150.

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    How about a no for the woven 7....yes it's cheap, but its stiff, head heavy, heavy in general, and isn't exactly the best racquet for a beginner.

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    If SOTX is a no go zone then go with Apacs

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    for left-handed people, need to make sure grip is put on in the direction for a right-handed person's racket. makes a difference.

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