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      Best blade for my set-up?

      I plan on getting DHS SKYLINE 2 NEO Blue Sponge FH and yasaka Rakza 7 Soft BH. What balde would you recommend which is a not too expensive but performs really well. My loop is developing; I block pretty well; My drive/ smash is very strong; I chop decently. Any recommentdations? My current set-up there on the left. Thanks for the advice!

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      try timo boll alc

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      m. maze is a very good blade it is not very fast but enough ! it has great control !! you should try it !

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      Quote Originally Posted by Corpii View Post
      I plan on getting DHS SKYLINE 2 NEO Blue Sponge FH and yasaka Rakza 7 Soft BH. What balde would you recommend which is a not too expensive but performs really well. My loop is developing; I block pretty well; My drive/ smash is very strong; I chop decently. Any recommentdations? My current set-up there on the left. Thanks for the advice!
      Okay, so, a few questions:

      Do you want something faster than what you have? Slower than what you have?

      Or do you want more control?

      spin?

      What do you think you will need?

      If you have a coach or no someone who is a pro level player, asking them what they think would be best for your style of play would be ideal.
      Spin Everything.

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      I'm pretty satisfied with my speed and control. I'm more focused on my placement usually and not on speed or spin. So generally a blade with the same or better speed than the Stiga Optimum Sync would be generally better but I gotta pair that with amazing control. I would go for the Butterfly Photino if I had te money but infortunately I don't. A blade around ~100$ would be my budget.

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      TBS, MMaze or alc are all good suggestions but they are also very expensive, if you want wood i would suggest YEO, clipper is good but its kinda heavy and some dont like a heavy set up, if you like composite id go for xiom stradivarius or V1 carbon, in that budget i would go for the stradivarius, it plays like the TBS

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      One of my team mates is playing with a similar setup. He play's with Yasaka Ma Lin Soft which is a good setup. Decent speed without compromising with control. It has a good feeling and the carbon layers is in the 3 layer and not the second as most blades. This gives a special feeling and the sweet spot is great too!
      Spare setup: Blade: Custom DHS W968 93.5g, FH: Hurricane 3 National BS (Black), BH: Tenergy 64 (Red)

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      Quote Originally Posted by Corpii View Post
      I'm pretty satisfied with my speed and control. I'm more focused on my placement usually and not on speed or spin. So generally a blade with the same or better speed than the Stiga Optimum Sync would be generally better but I gotta pair that with amazing control. I would go for the Butterfly Photino if I had te money but infortunately I don't. A blade around ~100$ would be my budget.
      If you are happy with what you have, what do you want that would be different from a new blade?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Giangt View Post
      One of my team mates is playing with a similar setup. He play's with Yasaka Ma Lin Soft which is a good setup. Decent speed without compromising with control. It has a good feeling and the carbon layers is in the 3 layer and not the second as most blades. This gives a special feeling and the sweet spot is great too!
      yeah i forgot that 1, its a good blade and same goes with the ma lin carbon, its a little faster but still good

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      where do you play bro?

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