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    Wood blades

    Hi guys, what is the best blade for a creative and spinny player who likes to do vary their shots. I was thinking an all wood blade or a slower carbon blade to get more speed as I'm thinking in getting a fun setup as I'm a very creative and spinny player like simon gauzy. I like players like simon gauzy, hugo calderano.
    And what rubbers do you suggest going with it

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    From Slower to faster blade:
    Stiga Allround Evolution, Primorac Off (Made in Japan), Donic Waldner Diablo Senso & Yasaka Sweden Extra.
    All of them are excellent blades with a nice price, in case that you can or want to spend some more money I would say the Nittaku Violin is a great model for that matter.
    Edit: All of them taking in consideration a weight around 85/90gr.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl05
    From Slower to faster blade:
    Stiga Allround Evolution, Primorac Off (Made in Japan), Donic Waldner Diablo Senso & Yasaka Sweden Extra.
    All of them are excellent blades with a nice price, in case that you can or want to spend some more money I would say the Nittaku Violin is a great model for that matter.
    Edit: All of them taking in consideration a weight around 85/90gr.

    How do the Diablo play? pretty interesting composition?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lula

    How do the Diablo play? pretty interesting composition?

    It's a Okey bat for the kind of game he is asking for, woodie feel, easy to perform any stroke and good on passive game.About that glass-fiber thing, If you ask me, it's mostly marketing, but the blade performs super nice.


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    Yasaka Sweden Extra can do it all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediJesseS
    Yasaka Sweden Extra can do it all!

    YSE is a VERY GOOD blade, bang for the buck. I was debating with myself to get that before settling on Yasaka Falck W7.
    The W7 is a versatile powerhouse while still maintaining a fairly flexy control that goes well with tensors, tacky rubbers, short pips.
    If you are strong-armed, you can attach H3 to it for unparalleled spin potential, but I heard everywhere that it's best used with Rakza Z (EH) for a spin game.

    OFF to OFF+ rated.
    Weight listed is 85g, mine is 89g which is packed with a punch.
    ~6.5mm thickness

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    If you have the money, buy Acoustic or Virtuoso. Glue D05 on both sides and you can create insane spin without losing speed.

    Budget setup: Stiga Celero + Vega pro on both sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFF_lib
    If you have the money, buy Acoustic or Virtuoso. Glue D05 on both sides and you can create insane spin without losing speed.

    Budget setup: Stiga Celero + Vega pro on both sides.

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    What about primorac with T05 or a stiga carbonado 45

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediJesseS
    Yasaka Sweden Extra can do it all!

    The YSE gets loads of praise on this forum - I really don't see what the fuss is. Seemed a very average blade when I've tried or had one. Not that its bad just don't get the hype.for the OP Primorac is a good suggestion - I would have a look at that or try with that if you can

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammmail

    The YSE gets loads of praise on this forum - I really don't see what the fuss is. Seemed a very average blade when I've tried or had one. Not that its bad just don't get the hype.for the OP Primorac is a good suggestion - I would have a look at that or try with that if you can

    It's because is cheap, the handle is comfortable, the balance in a 88/91gr blade with a pair of heavy rubbers (quite common this days) is perfect, it flex, but not enough to be bad for blocking and the design is okey.
    I get your point, because the blade doesn't shine in any aspect, but I understand why everyone (including me) uses to recommend it.

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