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PostPosted: 07 Feb 2014, 21:25 
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Hi everybody,

I'm new to this forum and I'm looking for some info. I want to buy de Wizard blade from der-materialspezialist and use it with the LSD pimples.(Ox) What I'm curious about is the type of wood the blade is made of ( and the stiffnes ).
Because on the forehand I'd like to play the Tibhar Nimbus ( wich I love !! ) but i don't know if I should use the regular or softer version.

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I think it's a modified version of Giant Dragon Kris II. Same balsa core with very similar construction.


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Mr.T wrote:
Because on the forehand I'd like to play the Tibhar Nimbus ( wich I love !! ) but i don't know if I should use the regular or softer version.Thnx

Are you a power looper? Balsa blades are not ideal for this.

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I'm not a "power looper" but I'm a player who can spin anything that comes on his forehand. I've never played with balsa so I don't know what to expect.
I've always played with carbon all+ blades. So maybe the spinhunter is a better option?


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PostPosted: 11 Aug 2017, 14:51 
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Mr.T wrote:
I'm not a "power looper" but I'm a player who can spin anything that comes on his forehand. I've never played with balsa so I don't know what to expect.
I've always played with carbon all+ blades. So maybe the spinhunter is a better option?


Which one did you go with? Can you share your experience?


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hi, I'm playing with wizard and LSD ox and it's an amazing combination, for me LSD is having a good control on chop blocking near table or chopping away from back of the table (classic defender). It has a good spin reversal and the main weapon of LSD is its control. It has a deadly reversal (not as deadly as grass Dtecs) but has much better control than dtecs. about durability i think it's very durable, the pips are not to hard and it eats even less spinny balls. wizard is having a topply of limba on forehand i guess but the innercore is a soft balsa and the topply of backhand is hard balsa, it's not good if you are a power looper and you must be adapting well sincr wizard is very light (mine was 59 grams before i modified it into 75 grams).

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