reviews on ashaway microlegend??

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by proace, Oct 23, 2006.

  1. Woven

    Woven Regular Member

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    Just a little question here, how does ML, PG65 and PG66 holds tension? I heard lots of good reviews on these but dont think any1 mention how they hold tension
     
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    Yes, Power Gut do hold tension . . .
     
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    cant really review a string cause sometimes strung on different rackets will feel different especially isos and ovals. I use the microlegend, I cant say much cause i only have 1 racket strung with it
     
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    Ahh, MLXL lasts for ages and ages. The last one I broke during play lasted 10 months and I used to play 2-3 hour (exluding sitting out time) sessions 5 times a week. Although I didn't use one racket exclusively. The key to string power and durability is the tension and tension differential. Regretabley I am not going to be specific about tensions any more. But I encourage people to explore. Having strung a known fake Ti-10 for my most recent match partner using BG65 and spent about 2 hours bouncing a shuttle with the racket because it felt amazingly powerful and superb feel, I come to believe that neither the string nor racket matters as much as the tension and differential.
     

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