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What rubbber to try? (18)

 What rubbber to try?
by Jeff 14 years ago
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by cole 14 years ago
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by cole 14 years ago
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by cole 14 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: What rubbber to try?) was posted by cole, on 3/21/2005 5:49:57 PM:
Yeah, you can hit through the ball with it ok. It's a fairly hard sponge so it defers to the blade. But then I've seen people attack with a hock too.

I swear that guy must have stolen that term from me. When I chop with that stuff it really does feel like a hock. I don't know if you've ever used a hock, but it has a really low "blocky" tone. When I say blocky, I mean like those musical blocks with the little sticks you hit them with.

Anyway, I am used to chopping with modern chinese rubbers so I take really thin slices. I couldn't even chop over the net with the hock, which requires a very hard chop (like real choppers really do). I couldn't wait to give mine away. I gave it to carl miller who's a 1900 hardbat player.
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