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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Yes Panda understands.

    Further clarification; what Panda was referring to is: all other things equal, who could tell the difference if Perlman were playing the same arrangement back-to-back, once with the Stradivarius and once with a typical violin? And if you could tell, it's not that significant, relatively speaking. And for non-violin aficionados, we definitely could not tell.

    Update: just received word the production of the PRECISION is moving along as planned.
    Hmmm, OK, analogy not going the way I intended to show my point. The voicing from a Strad in an expert's hands would be more exquisite, at least to those with musician's ears, relative to a cheap violin. Kinda like the difference between Cyndi Lauper's voice vs. Mariah Carey's voice, no offence to fans of Lauper.

    (OK, maybe I'll change topic back to badminton rackets, which is what Panda is good at and leave music to me instead.)

    Precision: great! When are you expecting them to arrive to our shores?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Update: just received word the production of the PRECISION is moving along as planned.
    Can Panda ask if any delivery delays could occur for the Precision, since, lots of bad weather in China right now. I have 3 - 4 weeks delay for shirts that I have on order with China. They are ready, but cannot move.

    On another note, ever tried a Panda's smash with a Stradivarius??? Hummm Wonder if it would sound as good as with a T2... ;o)

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    Back to something more serious now , what grip size does the T2 come in ? the UK version ?

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    I think it's a standard grip size worldwide - around G4(.5) to G5 in Yonex-speak

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    ever tried a Panda's smash with a Stradivarius???
    Nah - he'd break a string (hold for laughter).

    The T2 grip is, IME, a hair thicker than a Yonex G5. Perfect, in other words.

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    =( just broke my Trinity 2...mishit the shuttle where there was a slight fracture =(

    Can't wait for the Precision. Might get another Trinity 2 as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsloh View Post
    I think it's a standard grip size worldwide - around G4(.5) to G5 in Yonex-speak
    standard grip size in the UK is G3

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    Thanks , I do prefer normal G2 ...anything small than a G3 , otherwise I have trouble generate power on the backhand clear

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    G2?! I hope you mean victor G2...

    Or else id hate to get slapped

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    G2?! I hope you mean victor G2...

    Or else id hate to get slapped
    I think he means Apacs G2, which is smaller than Yonex G3, and I think between Yonex G4 ad G5

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    yes , Apacs G2 , LDrules , you know me better than I know myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Update: just received word the production of the PRECISION is moving along as planned.
    When we can expect Mark will see first larger shipment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amleto View Post
    standard grip size in the UK is G3
    Nope - that's just mostly for Yonex.

    The Panda's are G4.5 to G5 "in Yonex Speak", meaning as how Yonex define their grip sizes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsloh View Post
    Nope - that's just mostly for Yonex.

    The Panda's are G4.5 to G5 "in Yonex Speak", meaning as how Yonex define their grip sizes.
    I'm talking about rackets in the uk market. you will find that G3 is 'the norm'. Just because panda only does ~g5 doesn't change that fact.

    uk market is mainly yonex, carlton, karakal & head. all do g3 in uk afaik.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amleto View Post
    I'm talking about rackets in the uk market. you will find that G3 is 'the norm'. Just because panda only does ~g5 doesn't change that fact.

    uk market is mainly yonex, carlton, karakal & head. all do g3 in uk afaik.
    I believe the question was about the Panda Power racquets .

    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    Back to something more serious now , what grip size does the T2 come in ? the UK version ?
    There is no such thing as a UK version btw, no regional differences here afaik ...
    Last edited by demolidor; 08-18-2010 at 09:35 AM.

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    Australia will also be receiving the Precision rackets when it comes out. Do register your interest with me at pandapoweraus@gmail.com to make sure you get your hands on one as it is expected to sell out quick like the Trinity 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Yes Panda understands.

    Further clarification; what Panda was referring to is: all other things equal, who could tell the difference if Perlman were playing the same arrangement back-to-back, once with the Stradivarius and once with a typical violin? And if you could tell, it's not that significant, relatively speaking. And for non-violin aficionados, we definitely could not tell.

    Update: just received word the production of the PRECISION is moving along as planned.
    Please set this up, I would love to listen Did you ever read about Joshua Bell playing in the subway?

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