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    Posted: 08/01/2012 at 12:21pm
My game is BH, FH loop, smash. Can u help me choose between TMB ZLC and Amultart? Thank you very much!
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What's your level of play? The Amultart is stupid fast. If you aren't training with a good coach at least 3 days a week, stay away from it.
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ZLF, if you have to ask between the two, you aren't good enough to handle an Amultart. Also, amultart is too fast. That is all.
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Originally posted by lildudejds lildudejds wrote:

What's your level of play? The Amultart is stupid fast. If you aren't training with a good coach at least 3 days a week, stay away from it.

+1. In fact, unless you are playing somewhere near the top division of a regional/national league, I would say both blades are too fast. 
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Originally posted by DeIgado DeIgado wrote:

ZLF, if you have to ask between the two, you aren't good enough to handle an Amultart. Also, amultart is too fast. That is all.

He's asked between Amultart and ZLC. Not ZLF. And I don't think it's a question of being 'good enough'; pretty much nobody uses the Amultart, because it's stupid-fast with a stupid lack of control.
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Timo boll zlc would make a better choice. 
Amultart is slightly fast for average player. 
And it also depends on what rubbers you intend to put on ur fh and bh.
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Originally posted by tabten5 tabten5 wrote:

Originally posted by DeIgado DeIgado wrote:

ZLF, if you have to ask between the two, you aren't good enough to handle an Amultart. Also, amultart is too fast. That is all.

He's asked between Amultart and ZLC. Not ZLF. And I don't think it's a question of being 'good enough'; pretty much nobody uses the Amultart, because it's stupid-fast with a stupid lack of control.

Ha! Yea my bad, in any event, if this individual has to spend a ton of money on a blade then they may want to spend that money on a ZLF.
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If he wants to spend money let him being punished with either tb zlc or amultart. the zlf is probably good advice btwy. the inn zlf probably even better because is more expensive.


Edited by ejmaster - 08/01/2012 at 6:54pm
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Originally posted by ejmaster ejmaster wrote:

 
If he wants to spend money let him being punished with either tb zlc or amultart. the zlf is probably good advice btwy. the inn zlf probably even better because is more expensive.

lol... 

just save a couple hundred bucks and get an HRT Clipper. a fast blade with some good feel.
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Thank everyone! Can you review ZLF vs ZLC?
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Originally posted by dvdbka dvdbka wrote:

Thank everyone! Can you review ZLF vs ZLC?

most importantly:

ZLF is too expensive
similarly, ZLC is too expensive

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TMB ALC? Give me advice, please!
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why not consider MJ ZLC??? 
You should look at IF ZLF or Photino... they could be a better choice.
if you are a beginner, start with an all wood blade first. composite blades are quite different and are not intended for beginners.

Timo Boll Spirit as also great. not too fast and controllable. put fast rubbers on it if you need more speed.
it does everything well


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Timo Boll Spirit, lasts forever and is a classic. Can't really go wrong with it. Fits with all rubbers too. That is, if you don't want to go all wood as others have suggested.
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Save yourself some money and get an ALC instead.  Or a TBS or Viscaria.
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It looks like the OP is looking for an expensive paddle, which I think is not a good approach. I'm very happy with my SK7 and I prefer it over the TBS and ALC (trying both for quite some time). Although if you must get a fancy Butterfly blade, I'll say get the ALC, I've tried the Amultart and it's kind of pointless, just really fast, you might as well get a Galaxy T-2 if you want something like an Amultart.
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ZLC or ALC


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You cant go wrong with a Timo Boll ALC  Wink
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The BTY blade which is tempting me is the TB ZLC. I,ve played with few of these, but truly fell in love with the one which weighs 80g It has way better feel and it is much easier to spin with than the 90g ones
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Originally posted by proSpin proSpin wrote:

Timo boll zlc would make a better choice. 
Amultart is slightly fast for average player. 
And it also depends on what rubbers you intend to put on ur fh and bh.

+1 

disregarding playing style, Clown there's a controllable setup for it

for example, amultart + 729fx supersoft = expensive blade + cheap rubber

overtime, change out cost for the rubber is less Question  for a fast blade and slowish cheap rubber combi.
the factors however is how often is the change considering the quality and usage.. Wacko




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I bought a Timo boll ALC after consider your advice. It really amazing! Thank you very much.
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Good choice.

Timo Boll ALC or Timo Boll Spirit(nearly the same blade) are fantastic blades.
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Amultart+yasaka rakza7 soft=good mix=control,spin,power.
Timo Boll Alc =long throw.
TBS=control,spin.
Bty KLS old tag=a little bit fast but very good feel and control.
You can try also Nittaku Septear black tag=a lot of feeling and control,you can do all you want with it.


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I heard fh tenergy on amultart is good, backhand prob tenergy 80
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