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    Posted: 04/18/2014 at 10:43am
Originally posted by jrscatman jrscatman wrote:

Ross,
Is making the handle the most complex part of the blade construction? How much time does it take make the handles compared to the total blade?
These handles just look amazing!

Most definitely the handle is where I spend the majority of the time - even on simpler ones. I'd estimate it's at least 70% of the time - even more on complex handles.
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Ross,
Is making the handle the most complex part of the blade construction? How much time does it take make the handles compared to the total blade?
These handles just look amazing!
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Originally posted by debraj debraj wrote:

i will never be able to ross leidy blades. they are such work of art.. i will freak out worrying about hitting them against table.

So anybody serves mid-short... i can never attack that shot... even though the blades i understand could be excellent in looping and driving.
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likewise, I won't be able to pull off the rubber of it if I ever gonna stick one in worries of splintering those veneers.. hence, for a serious player, a blade tailored to him is unique and regards it as his priciest possession. Wink

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there is something artistic in not caring about breaking the work of art to save the point; ultimately romantic; the point first, no matter how beautiful the blade is.
a broken at war ross leidy blade would surely be an even more true art piece.
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i will never be able to ross leidy blades. they are such work of art.. i will freak out worrying about hitting them against table.

So anybody serves mid-short... i can never attack that shot... even though the blades i understand could be excellent in looping and driving.
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Originally posted by fatt fatt wrote:

I have never played that well since i started. All my self confidence is back. I tought i was done and going down and here i am probably at my best level ever.

Ok...stopping smoking a pack a day (3 weeks 100% free) plus getting rid 100% of the booze 6 months ago helped a lot but can't explain it all.

The hard outer ply for the rhyzm max does wonders, especially in opening loops. The hits v. Backspin are back and better than ever. That was my bread n butter...IT'S BACK!!!
Finally the cheap lkt rapid speed gives super stable bh shots.

Needless to say i got a winner. I feel a bit lucky even though the idea made sense.

The vase handle is also a great choice for bh loops and bananas. Highly recommended.

Thanks Ross.
 
I'm glad to hear that your scheming paid off!  Best of luck with the new blade.
 
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I am always excited when i read Fatt toughts.
I feel happy for you man,hope you will finally found your soulpeace and now you are relief.
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I have never played that well since i started. All my self confidence is back. I tought i was done and going down and here i am probably at my best level ever.

Ok...stopping smoking a pack a day (3 weeks 100% free) plus getting rid 100% of the booze 6 months ago helped a lot but can't explain it all.

The hard outer ply for the rhyzm max does wonders, especially in opening loops. The hits v. Backspin are back and better than ever. That was my bread n butter...IT'S BACK!!!
Finally the cheap lkt rapid speed gives super stable bh shots.

Needless to say i got a winner. I feel a bit lucky even though the idea made sense.

The vase handle is also a great choice for bh loops and bananas. Highly recommended.

Thanks Ross.
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wow, excellent work on the Emerald Ross!!!  Superb job on the Viola as well!!!


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That`s a question for Ross, because I am still waiting for these beauties.
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nice blades, what are the weights and thicknesses of the blades?
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Stunning work from Ross and great blades Magic_M.

I can tell you that my Violin clone is the best blade Ross has ever made me. I have also owned a Nittaku Violin and Violoncello and Ross' blade surpasses them in terms of control, spin and feel. Ross' blades don't just look good, then play really well as well!!
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The Emerald is really beautiful !!!
If it plays as well as it is nice, it can be a wonder blade Thumbs Up
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The composition of the Viola is the original composition of Nittaku Violin:
white ash - white ash - kiri - white ash - white ash
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Both blades are amazing! What is the wood composition of the Viola? Both handles are off the charts.
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Yummy! As stunning as the blue maple is, I love both the quilted and the birdseye maple.  Spectacular work, and I hope that Emerald gives you the control you're looking for.

Nice work, Magic_M and Ross.
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I think, it`s time to present my two new Ross Leidy blades. Big smile

I have played with three Ross Leidy blades up to now. All of them were looking wonderful, but they were also a bit too bouncy for my game. So I decided to choose a composition, which shouldl be a bit stiffer and with more control. I contacted Ross and we decided to use amapa (similar to koto) with an ayous core. That`s a funny composition, because up to now I thought, "triple A" (AAA) would be the highest ranking. 

Now we have a new leader: a "Quintuple-A" blade (Amapa - Amapa - Ayous - Amapa - Amapa). Wink



Of course such a blade needs a fine handle. I told Ross, that it should look a bit classic, but also very special and after some emails we found a very good combination of "turquoise blue maple burl" with a stripe of "quilted maple".



Now I am proud to present the wonderful result: my new Ross Leidy Emerald








Of course it`s a long journey from US to Germany and the Emerald would be very lonely all the time. The solution was clear: another blade should go with Emerald. Embarrassed

One of the best 5-ply-blades ever (in my eyes) is the Nittaku Violin. It is one of the blades, which I will never sell. I like the white ash outer veneer. Besides the Violin I also own a Violoncello (with a bigger head) and a Nexy Lissom (7-ply). 

When I noticed the Violoncello-clone of "ChrisUK", I decided, to get my own Violin-clone, but with a more normal head (15,8 x 15,2 cm like Tenor or Latika).



The handle should also get the "stripe-look" from the Emerald, but with less contrast. We choosed a combination of "birdseye maple" with a stripe of "mopani".



Another wonderful blade is born: the Ross Leidy Viola







Now I am waiting nervously for the arrival of these beauties. I don`t know, if one of them will become my main playing-blade, but one thing is sure: both will be a highlight in my showcase. Big smile

Thanks again Ross for a perfect service, great craftsmanship and a very nice contact. Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by Ross Leidy Ross Leidy wrote:

Originally posted by watchski watchski wrote:

Ross,

I double dog dare you to post some pics of the new blade that you just made for me.  It arrived on Friday by the way!

Its spectacular!  

Thank you!

Yes, it did turn out nice.  The design is modeled after that of the Violin, but with the red stripes replaced by blue maple burl.




Simply beautiful & exquisite (tear rolls down one eye)
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WOW JUST WOW ! I've heard Ross' name for quite a while now but I've only recently looked at his. Yes I've been living under a rock Tongue What can I say, this is true talent. Nuff said !
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I just want to play with the blade and I do protect the handle on all of them. Here the 3 fingers grip over the bulge covered with tennis grip will be so efficient for bananattacking short serves.
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fatt, you're going to cover that handle?!?! I'm sorry, but I think that qualifies as a crime against humanity.
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yes I will; I always use wilson tennis grip that adds 4 grams to the handle and covers all of it including the thumb rest. also I am not a collector; more like a user; at least I want to be.
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Originally posted by fatt fatt wrote:

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I wanted plies coming harder coming out from the core to the outer plies hence mahogany (harder than kiri) and ipe (harder than mahogany); the point is to marry better the hard sponge rubbers I like on the fh.

MAYBE IT'S ALL IN MY HEAD but I was tired of the softish hinoki outer under the Rhyzm 48; the Rhyzm is such a great rubber at $40 so I've got to keep it; I wanted something hard to support the rubber's hard sponge.

I DO NOT BELIEVE in hard sponge on soft outer! today I just find it dumb; if I want to take advantage of hard sponge I must make sense and get hard outer to offer a strong base on which the sponge may better stretch on and bounce from.

On the bh, the white ash was just a tribute to the Violin with a harder base. I had no special idea about it; I just remember how well I played with it; the black limba medial is a no nonsense choice and no doubt many other veneers could have done it.

I did not want to go for anything not well proven for a solid core in an OFF-/OFF blade and Kiri does just that.

The handle is very cool as usual; I wanted something made out of burl since the first time I saw some (Van Gogh handle a while ago) and now it is done.

pfiewwww....I could not stand not being in the club and here I am.

I thought it would be a collectible piece when I designed it but at 86.7 grams it actually fits all what I was looking for in a highly playable 5-ply and it actually is; or will be when it comes to me (currectly in the mail).

My first play time with it will be Saturday at a league. I surely cant wait.
You're actually going to play with it? It's a work of art as usual. Can't wait for the review - hope your chosen combination will perform to your expectations. If not it can always be a display piece. 
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I wanted plies becoming harder going out from the core to the outer plies hence mahogany (harder than kiri) and ipe (harder than mahogany); the point is to marry better the hard sponge rubbers I like on the fh.

MAYBE IT'S ALL IN MY HEAD but I was tired of the softish hinoki outer under the Rhyzm 48; the Rhyzm is such a great rubber at $40 so I've got to keep it; I wanted something hard to support the rubber's hard sponge.

I DO NOT BELIEVE in hard sponge on soft outer! today I just find it dumb; if I want to take advantage of hard sponge I must make sense and get hard outer to offer a strong base on which the sponge may better stretch on and bounce from.

On the bh, the white ash was just a tribute to the Violin with a harder base. I had no special idea about it; I just remember how well I played with it; the black limba medial is a no nonsense choice and no doubt many other veneers could have done it.

I did not want to go for anything not well proven for a solid core in an OFF-/OFF blade and Kiri does just that.

The handle is very cool as usual; I wanted something made out of burl since the first time I saw some (Van Gogh handle a while ago) and now it is done.

pfiewwww....I could not stand not being in the club and here I am.

I thought it would be a collectible piece when I designed it but at 86.7 grams it actually fits all what I was looking for in a highly playable 5-ply and it actually is; or will be when it comes to me (currectly in the mail).

My first play time with it will be Saturday at a league. I surely cant wait.


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I thought I'd provide a brief update after playing a few games with my new blade (pictured on the previous page). It’s always a little nerve-wracking pulling out a new blade in a league match, but I've always found that it's just best to go straight into battle and try not to think too much about things.

For the record, the very first blade Ross made me and this latest blade are of the same construction - Two layers of white ash either side of a kiri core. The first blade Ross made for me towards the end of 2011 and this blade was made a couple of weeks ago. However, using the same woods and the same dimensions, Ross has managed to shave almost 10g off the weight of the blade - The first blade was 93.1g and the latest is 83.8g. Overall (with rubbers on) the old blade is 156g and the new blade is 144g. So fairly light! This drop in weight is noticeable, especially when looping and flicking the wrist. It's just a lot easier with the new blade due to the lighter weight.

Next, the drop in weight may have something to do with the difference in feel between the two. When the ball made impact on the old blade, it felt soft and dull. On the new blade you feel more vibration through the handle and can feel the ball on the blade a lot better. It feels more direct and positive, which leads to improved control. Quite simply it feels as if I can place the ball with much more accuracy onto the table.

Finally (and I don't know why it is) but the spin I can generate is off the chart! I used to get a lot of spin with my old blade but this one is just crazy. I've played two long pip players with it over the past few days and normally when I loop, they would chop the ball back loaded with backspin. Well when looping with this blade, their chops either fly off the end of the table, or fly up high (some were flying up so high they were hitting the ceiling!).

I can only put this increase in spin down to two things which are the lighter weight allowing me to "whip" the blade when making contact with the ball and the newer and lighter kiri core that Ross is now using. I’ll say this now, I have NEVER had this amount of control and spin EVER!! Not from any other blade!

So a big thank you to Ross is due for making such a fantastic blade and of all the blades I've had from him, it is by the far the best yet.


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Originally posted by tabten5 tabten5 wrote:

Originally posted by frogger frogger wrote:

I would like to see an advanced player say 2200 or above to give their feedback on these two blades to compare to my findings if Ross is willing of course. Both blades smelled great! Yes I said smell. Douglas Eu De Toilet. :) My French sucks.


Happy to throw my hat in the ring. It's nearly the end of the season here, for both local and British League, so I can do some testing without compromising matches. I'm a former England top 5, and would confidently guess I'm over 2200 in US terms. I'll even do a video!
 
tabten5 - the blade is currently out for another eval, but when it returns we can discuss this further.  Thanks!
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Originally posted by frogger frogger wrote:

I would like to see an advanced player say 2200 or above to give their feedback on these two blades to compare to my findings if Ross is willing of course. Both blades smelled great! Yes I said smell. Douglas Eu De Toilet. :) My French sucks.


Happy to throw my hat in the ring. It's nearly the end of the season here, for both local and British League, so I can do some testing without compromising matches. I'm a former England top 5, and would confidently guess I'm over 2200 in US terms. I'll even do a video!
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It plays with a sweet spot so large, that I can hit nearly any shot from anywhere with any part of the blade...  ITs an amazing blade.  
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Originally posted by ChrisUK ChrisUK wrote:

Originally posted by Carryboy Carryboy wrote:

Help I can't breath!!!!

Yes, I had that reaction as well LOL

Ross - If you read this, do you know what the final weight of my blade was? I think it was well under the weight of the first blade that you made me using the same construction / woods Clap

Chris, it's just under 84g.
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Originally posted by Carryboy Carryboy wrote:

Help I can't breath!!!!

Yes, I had that reaction as well LOL

Ross - If you read this, do you know what the final weight of my blade was? I think it was well under the weight of the first blade that you made me using the same construction / woods Clap


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