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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 05-01-2009, 10:05 AM
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Re: Do you use anti-vibe?

I don't relly think that it helps in reducing vibration.
I got used to playing with that.
I think that the sound of playing( hitting the ball) without it distracts me.
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Re: Do you use anti-vibe?

I play without, very low vibration on wilson n codes.

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Re: Do you use anti-vibe?

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Science says that for something to absorb vibrations (energy), it must have mass. Something that weighs nothing can't absorb anything.

Anti-vibes are purely psychological.
not true it is a feel thing. All the dampener really does is takes the bad sound out of the strings and makes it a bit softer.
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