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    Posted: 09/09/2020 at 10:23am
Gerry Handcraft Super Black Panther
Black KOTO0.8 + SZLC + KIRI + SZLC +Black KOTO 0.8 
thickness:5.8mm
weight:88g 
size:157X150
handle:FL Black rosewood


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Thank you for sharing, what a lovely blade. The pictures on your FB page are also very attractive.
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That is BEAUTIFUL!
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Yes, in my eyes it is also a beautiful blade. 👍

But I think, 0,8 mm is much too thick for a koto outer layer. With such a thick koto outer it nearly does not matter, what kind of material is used under the koto, because this thick outer layer will dominate the feeling. 

My personal experience is, that a koto (or harder) outer layer should be as thin as possible, for example 0,4 - 0,5 mm like usual in most Butterfly composite blades with koto outer.

In opposite to this a limba (or softer) outer should be thicker. But this is only my personal experience. Other players may have a different feeling and different thoughts about such a construction.
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