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Stiga All-round CR is less likely to splinter . . . although I would still over seal it. You're looking for stiff, so . . . it will be even stiffer with a slight bump in speed.
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Originally posted by t64t64t64 t64t64t64 wrote:

OSP Expert ?

The small one, the 157mm might fit the bill.


I only played with the big one, and found it was truly ALL and had superb ball control. Top ply seemed a little harder than the construction for the Virtuoso; it should suit pips well. 
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Decided to sell my new Nittaku Violoncello.
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Originally posted by tommyzai tommyzai wrote:

Decided to sell my new Nittaku Violoncello.


Could I ask why?
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Originally posted by merlin el mago merlin el mago wrote:

Originally posted by tommyzai tommyzai wrote:

Decided to sell my new Nittaku Violoncello.
Could I ask why? 

It's lovely, but maybe too lovely . . . I prefer the extra vibration found in lower quality blades . . . or the other extreme - a solid powerhouse. But, it might be more accurate to declare, I am simply insane and/or enjoy passing along great blades to other MYTT members.


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