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Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade (5)

 Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by Defender 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by anna 16 years ago
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by Diode 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by Defender 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by Rod 16 years ago
Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by gcollins 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by Gene 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by khvn 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by Gene 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by Shyyre 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by gcollins 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by Shyyre 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by gcollins 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by Shyyre 16 years ago
 Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade
by Defender 16 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: Joo Se Hyuk vs. Matsushita Blade) was posted by gcollins, on 3/5/2005 8:45:34 AM:
As a player who has used the Matsushita Pro for a couple of years, I would have to say that it is blade that is not particularly good at anything. It is soft but too stiff for chopping, too heavy (with the enlarged head, it has to carry a lot of extra rubber) for quick play at the table, too little spring for away from the table looping. Frankly, I'd rather have a 729 Bomb or Yasaka Gatien Extra 3D if I were playing Attack/Chop up to Allround style.
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