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      Butterfly Innerforce ALC or Donic Waldner Senso Carbon

      Hello,

      well i hope that i can start playing soon.
      Well last season i switched between normal spin game and long pips. Well the goal was defence but most of the time the opponnent pushed and yeah if i use the pips the ball goes high or they are afraid and i win because of them.

      I wanted to switch because i thought defence would be fun but in the league i play it is not possible.

      Well topspin is fun too of course but i need to get more on the table xD

      So now to my question.

      I thought of getting two vega pros in max/2.0 or both 2.0 i am not sure and a Butterfly Innerforce ALC or Donic Waldner Senso Carbon as a blade because i think it is a controlled combo i believe and i can work with it and get better.

      But i dont know which one of these two blades and i hope you can help me.

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      Quote Originally Posted by LittleSeki View Post
      Hello,

      well i hope that i can start playing soon.
      Well last season i switched between normal spin game and long pips. Well the goal was defence but most of the time the opponnent pushed and yeah if i use the pips the ball goes high or they are afraid and i win because of them.

      I wanted to switch because i thought defence would be fun but in the league i play it is not possible.

      Well topspin is fun too of course but i need to get more on the table xD

      So now to my question.

      I thought of getting two vega pros in max/2.0 or both 2.0 i am not sure and a Butterfly Innerforce ALC or Donic Waldner Senso Carbon as a blade because i think it is a controlled combo i believe and i can work with it and get better.

      But i dont know which one of these two blades and i hope you can help me.
      Try talking to Hipnotic at SDC blades. He can make a blade to suit what you are looking for with better quality and lower cost.

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      Okay thank you but i would like to get one of the blades above.

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      I have used WSUC (Waldner Senso Ultra Carbon) which has a similar design as WSC. However, these Donic blades have hollow handle which therefore, have different weight management especially when you put heavy rubbers on the blade. On the other hand, I found that Butterfly blades do tend to have better weight balance and overall a premium feel. Donic blade on the other hand does also have solid construction and should not pose any issues from quality standpoint. I am using ZJK ALC and TB ALC since last 3 years more so because I like to weight balance and tend to like the feel of ALC more. You can search for a detailed review posted by me about WSUC in the Equipment section. Hope this helps.
      Most of the times practice, patience and an observant mind answers all your questions

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