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  • Review of: Satin
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Parvin Eisa-Beygi
    I really enjoyed playing with these Multifilimants. I am a competitive ITF player and have been struggling with arm pain for a while. I recently switched to Multifilimant strings but soon saw myself breaking the bank. I was fortunate enough to come across these strings. They play just like the NXT yet cost the fraction of the cost. 5 stars
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Parvin Eisa-Beygi
    I really enjoyed playing with these Multifilimants. I am a competitive ITF player and have been struggling with arm pain for a while. I recently switched to Multifilimant strings but soon saw myself breaking the bank. I was fortunate enough to come across these strings. They play just like the NXT yet cost the fraction of the cost. 5 stars
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: MAUREEN THOMPSON
    Best natural gut like performance, for a fraction of the cost. Golden Set has exceptional products, matched by exceptional service.
  • Review of: Satin
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Jianxin Wang
    I'm generally happy with the Satin string I ordered. The feel is good. It is arm friendly and gives good control and power. The only drawback is its durability. I play about three times a week and this string only lasts about two weeks. I'm planning to get a cheap string machine to save money on restringing costs for this string. Jason
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Susan Danac-mith
    I am happy with Golden string and find it comparable to many better strings. The velvet string is simular to technifibre NRG or Gamma tnt which are 2 of my favorite strings. I have many friends who like the durability and spin of snakebite 17g. Susan
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: James Lucas
    I have been playing tennis for more than 55 years and have been stringing racquets for over 50 years. I have used every string imaginable including natural gut, synthetic gut, multifilament, monofilament and polyester as well as other combinations over the years. The Golden Set string is as good or better than any string I have ever used. I prefer the Velvet and Maximal for myself, but I also string for several other people using Golden Set Synthetic Gut, Snake Bite, and Power Cord. My customers are extremely satisfied with these strings. Sincerely, J. Lucas
  • Review of: Satin
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: james Mattson
    I have been using goldenset strings of the past 6 years. I have strung hundreds of racquets using these strings and have not had anything but complements about the strings. The strings are as good or better than competitors strings which cost twice the price. Jim Mattson USPTA Professional
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Steven Roberts
    I've been using goldenset velvet for the last 2 years. It is very afforable and plays like nxt in my opinion but with more control. I also get the 15L G version for max durability. It is great for a hybrid combination too. -Steve R
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Jason Froese
    So for the last seven years I have been using Golden Set products. I have my own stringing machine which I originally bought just so I could tie my own tennis strings but has turned into doing work for others as well. It’s been nice to be able to order a selection of strings as well as grips and over grips for a great price and they work equal to the “big name” brands. I have found both the Secure Grip and the Elan Grip to work well. Over grips have been a great addition for me as they work great and I use them as a small bonus I send with the rackets for some of my consistent customers. For many years I used the Maximal 17 and loved the feel that the string gave me. But being a heavy topspin baseline player was looking for a little more from my string and had tried several different setups when I finally got around to trying there Power Cord 17(full bed). This is a great string, pockets the ball well, easy on the arm and a little extra spin on the ball is always good. Durability is better then some of the other strings I have used. I also like that Golden Set has a Canadian outlet. Orders are accurate and shipping is prompt. Thank you and I look forward to continue doing business with you. Jason
  • Review of: Satin
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Georgy Kao
    I was excited to receive a set of the latest multi filament offering from Golden set called Satin. I had been looking for and trying lots of different hybrid multi/poly set ups that combine control, power and comfort. Satin did not disappoint. I was very impressed with how it felt with some stiffer polys that I enjoy playing with but due to elbow issues I had to cut back on full poly setups. So glad they sent me a sample to try. I put Satin on the mains and Snake Bite 17g on the crosses and it felt pretty good. But the ideal setup for me was Satin 16g on the mains and Hex Poly 18g on the cross at 52lbs. This played and felt amazing. Control, power and most important to me was comfort. It had a nice amount of pop surprisingly, ample spin and I felt I could put the ball anywhere I wanted. Only downside was durability. That setup didn’t last long but who cares when their price point is so low. Another solid product from Golden Set! Georgy K
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: James Lucas
    I have been playing tennis for more than 55 years and have been stringing racquets for over 50 years. I have used every string imaginable including natural gut, synthetic gut, multifilament, monofilament and polyester as well as other combinations over the years. The Golden Set string is as good or better than any string I have ever used. I prefer the Velvet and Maximal for myself, but I also string for several other people using Golden Set Synthetic Gut, Snake Bite, and Power Cord. My customers are extremely satisfied with these strings. Sincerely, J. Lucas
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Scott Lee
    I have been using snake bite for a couple years, the durability and feel with maximal string(cross)is bar none! I string my own so cost is very minimal.
  • Review of: Satin
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Douglas McCorkle
    I’m a 4.0 male, playing 2-3 times a week mostly doubles. I put the Satin 16 on my Prince O3 Spectrum, in place of the Velvet 16 that I usually use (because it’s the softest string I found, easy on my arm and allows me to hit with enough power but also have a very nice touch game). The Satin 16 has a similar soft feel, but at the same time feeling heavier, more robust somehow. There does appear to be more power, and I have to put more effort into generating spin, on ground strokes as well as serves, but that was just an adjustment, I think I’m back to the same level of spin now after 2-3 weeks. My touch game was also an adjustment – I love little drop shots – but I think I’ve got those back as well. So, I’m still deciding whether or not to switch over to the Satin from the Velvet. I need to do a little back and forth comparison playing (I have two of the same racquet, one with each string) before making the decision, so far I’ve only been using the Satin. The jury is still out, but I definitely like the Satin quite a lot.
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Andy Ygona
    I've been 100% pleased with my recent order and all orders in the past. My latest purchase has been a reel of velvet(17G) and several packs of snakebite(17G). With snakebite(53lbs) on the mains and velvet(57lbs) on the crosses, the playability still gives me a lot of bite and now with added comfort. From a 1-10 rating, 10 being best: Playability: 9 Durability: 8 (8 hours of total match play, velvet started to fray quite a bit) Control: 9 Tension maintenance: 8 I play with a Yonex Vcore Duel G97, rated 4.5, and diving into open division tournaments. Thanks, Andy
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Scott Spielman, Colorado
    I've been using Snakebite 17 with Maximal 16 for a year now, for me and my team. The durability is exceptional and access to spin is greater than my prior 'name brand' stuff. (plus, the price is unbeatable)
  • Review of: Satin
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Ludwik Stec
    The quality of all strings are exceptional and set of Satin you sent me plays even better than Velvet. Thank you again, Best Regards, Ludwik
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Ludwik Stec
    I am a tennis coach and a professional stringer in Ontario and I recently purchased Velvet Strings from Golden Set. This is one of the best multifilament strings I have ever used to string racquets for my customers and students. There is a lot of feel, control, and durability to it the benefits of which, I and my customers quickly notice. I am especially impressed with Gaby’s customer service. Whenever I email a question or an order, I get a response very quickly. This company goes over and above, to supply their customers with quality products. Ludwik Stec Teaching pro and stringer Brampton, Ontario Canada
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Rick Slayton
    I have been playing tennis for over 40 years most of that time at 4.5 and above, but finding the right string has aways seemed like a never ending battle. Back in the 60s and 70s with wood racquets I used gut exclusively but it was expensive. Now with graphite racquets the use of natural gut seems out of the question even for many pros. It is just too high maintenance. Over the past 10 years I've been trying just about any type of synthetic that I could find that would give me the good feel and control of gut but not the expense or worry about it fraying and eventually breaking prematurely. After trying about 30 different brands and styles, I tried the Golden Set sample packs. I liked most of them, they seemed to follow the supplier's ratings for playability and durability very closely, but I really liked the Maximal string. It has an incredibly soft feel very much like a light gage gut that is strung at just the right tension. I have had some chronic low level tendonitis in my elbow in the past few years which seems to be a non issue with this string. The durability is rated at 7 which is about right, I've averaged about 8 hours playing time which isn't bad considering the feel. Usually near the end of this string's life in the racquet, it loosens slightly (the mains start to move a lot) and then a fray starts to appear in one of the crosses. That usually means about an hour of decent hitting left. When this happens I just restring and start over. I do my own stringing, so with a reel of this string the cost is very reasonable. With the Maximal I feel that I have found the string that I've been looking for. Rick Slayton Ellicott City, Md.
  • Review of: Satin
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Andy Ygona
    I have been experimenting with a string setup with Snakebite Smooth(17gauge, 53lbs, mains) and Satin(17gauge, 57lbs, crosses). Prior, I was using Snakebite(17g, 53lbs, mains) and Velvet(17g, 57lbs, crosses). At first, I was expecting the difference in bite, instead, I noticed how comfortable my arm felt first and then the spin. Spin was easily accessible when I needed more. Unlike the Snakebite, spin was always there. After 6 hours, overall, I still liked the access to power and spin, comfortableness, elasticity, and tension maintenance. Next up, I'll setup the Snakebite smooth and Velvet. Thanks, Andy
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Bill Allen
    I have been using Golden Set products for about four years and wish I had discovered them many years ago.The products are excellent and reasonably priced. I am 87 and live in Longboat Key, Florida where I play tennis at least 5 and usually six days a week.I still play singles when I can find someone who will. My USTA 3.5 team on which I played number 2 position won the Florida State championship in year 2000 and went to Palm Springs where we finished seventh nationally. I have tried different Golden Set strings but finally tried an experiment which has worked very well for me and also for my wife who was a highly ranked player in the womens 35s in the 1970s. We both have used the same racquet for 12 years, a Wilson NCode, N1 Force which is an oversized 125. I have syngut 17g , black in the mains which could also be syngut 17g natural and velvet 17g natural color in the crosses, both strung at 62 pounds. It may sound weird but it works for me and my wife and that is all that count I also find the overgrips to be excellent Bill Allen
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Kent Oh
    I came across the Golden Set strings on ebay and ordered the sample pack for the multifilaments. I was impressed with the Maximal series which performed like natural gut but at a fraction of the price. I also applaud Golden Set for offering sample packs which allow newbies such as myself to access the different sets of strings available. This is one of the best way to experiment with different types and hybrid set-up without burning a hole in the pocket. Kent, Singapore
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Georgy Kao
    You have got to try this multifilament string! Velvet definitely lives up to the name. It softens up my very stiff Babolat APD which makes it the most comfortable string bed I’ve ever had on this frame. It feels better than all the other major brand names out there and I’ve tried them all. I was at wits end until I tried Velvet initially for the price point, it being lower than the other brands but don’t let the lower price fool you, I’ll put it up against all of the pricier multis out there any day in quality. Even though it’s buttery soft you can still rip from the baseline with some nice pop and the touch is insane, especially at net. I string my sticks up on the lower end for that nice feel and pocketing. Thanks Golden Set for another fantastic string! Georgy - Santa Monica
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Michael Guth
    Maximal string plays exactly like the lead brands' strings, but at a fraction of the cost!
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Martin Blick
    I was looking for a less expensive alternative to Wilson NXT, so I tried Golden Set Velvet. For the first 10 minutes, I didn't like it as well, but then I quickly got used to it and now it's my favorite string. It has a great, soft feel and good ball pocketing. When I hit a slice backhand, the ball has a very low bounce and makes a great defensive shot. Highly recommended to any player that likes multifilaments. Martin - Texas U.S.
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Daniel Mitchell
    My favorite string that I have ever purchased at Golden Set is Maximal
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Danny Mullins, Yakima
    Been stringing my rackets with Snake-Bite I'm guessing 4 years now as a hybrid. Using several different types of softer synthetic gut in the mains,fell in love with Head FXP power 16g but hated how long the strings lasted.About 4 to 6 hrs as an average.When ordering more Snake-Bite the Rep said try the Velvet and did and I was Impressed . Strung One racket w/ FXP & one w/ Velvet to tell the difference ,The Velvet is a little firmer at first but after 1 hrs It had a nice feel. In 6 sets The FXP broke and after 8 sets the Velvet is showing some wear but still doing very well. I don't think that Golden gives it Enough Credit on its durability . Couldn't be Happier .Danny
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Anthony Cheung
    i got the chance to try your Maximal (16g) strings. The strings plays very similar to higher end strings such as K-Gut and NRG. The only difference is the price. Golden-set strings allows me to customize my racquet without breaking the bank. i look forward in trying your other offerings in the very near future.
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Tung Le, Mountain House, California
    One of the better multifilament strings out there on the market. I use this string on the mains and Snake Bite on the crosses. It gave me the best ball pocketing and enough power with this hybrid. If you want a low-price/good mutilfilament string, try Velvet.
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Dean Olah
    I've been using Golden Set strings for over a year now and find them comparable to any high quality string on the market. My favorite string is the Maximal 17 gauge. The touch and control is outstanding with power when needed (depending on how I string it). The only downside is that the string usually only lasts me about 3 weeks before I break it. Sometimes I use the velvet 17 gauge when I need more durability. It has a very similar feel with just a bit more power. Fortunately due to the very reasonable costs of the Golden Set Strings and for the fact I string my own racquets, I can afford to restring frequently and always be on the top of my game. Keep up the good work Golden String!
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Tung Le
    This string has better feel and touch compare to other more expensive multis on the market. I would recommend Velvet to anyone who likes multifilament strings but for less price.
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Rick Smith
    We have used Hex Poly many times and enjoy the combination of power and top spin that we get from this string. We usually use it as a hybrid mixed with Maximal 17 for an excellent combination of feel, power, and top spin for a great price! Maximal string seems to be as good or better than Live Wire strings at a fraction of the cost.
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Raymond Del Rosario
    I've been using Velvet for over a year, and it has become my go-to multi. I've used Live Wire, NXT, Addiction, NRG2, and other quality multis, and Velvet by far exceeds these as a whole in all areas of value, feel, durability, and tension maintenance. Oddly, it doesn't noticeably complement all strings either as a main or a cross in a hybrid setup, but does enhance feel with good spin when in a hybrid as a Main with RPM Blast crosses (string RPM 3 lbs. lower). Overall, it is best on its own in a full-bed setup. If you're a stringer, stringing with this string is very easy. It doesn't kink or bruise as easily as Gamma Pro or Live Wire. For the money, it's the best value for a multi out there.
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Nick Hall
    Maximal definitely has gut like performance. I've always enjoyed playing with multifilament strings and this one is the best on the market in my opinion. And at this price, well it's a no brainer.
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: David Zalewski
    I have been stringing my racquet with snake bite in the mains and using Velvet in the crosses. I feel that this combination gives me good spin, as I hit with a lot of top spin but I like the feel of the velvet in the crosses for touch. Velvet is rated poorly for durability and this is a true, especially with the snake bite, but since I string my own racquets, I don't care.
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Bill Gross
    I tried Maximal 17 after playing with Gamma Professional. Maximal played at least as well and saved me money.
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Wes Obana
    I been using the Velvet string for racquetball racquets and its plays very well. I always use it on my own racquets first to test the string and am now using it on customer racquets with no complaints. Very good string at a great price.
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Daniel Chang
    Used this on the cross with Hex Poly and worked like magic. Plenty of power and feel...Love it!
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: John A. Ramsey II
    March 20, 2012 I have been using Snakebite for a few years now, and my customer base loves this string. I string nearly every racquet from two clubs here in SW Florida and 95% of all string jobs include either Snakebite or a Snakebite/Velvet Hybrid. The Velvet string is nearly identical to NXT. Additionally, I use the Golden Set Secure grips and the Elan grips as replacement grips. My members love the fact that the price is the lowest for such good quality. Most of my members had not replaced their grips in 20 years. In fact, the first month I used over 30 grips. I found that the Secure Grip was a little thicker than the Elan Grip, and for those women whose grip was too large, I replaced their grip using an Elan Grip to reduce the grip size. The product quality and price has made me a permanent customer of Golden Set Tennis. Thank you again. John John A. Ramsey II Kelly Greens Director of Tennis USPTA Professional
  • Review of: Maximal
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Ken Kisty
    Maximal 17 is what I use on my Wilson Triad and my Gamma Ipex 3. This has resulted in very accurate ball placement on the court with that nice pop sound off the strings. I feel this string IS very close to natural gut
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: John A. Ramsey II
    March 20, 2012 I have been using Snakebite for a few years now, and my customer base loves this string. I string nearly every racquet from two clubs here in SW Florida and 95% of all string jobs include either Snakebite or a Snakebite/Velvet Hybrid. The Velvet string is nearly identical to NXT. Additionally, I use the Golden Set Secure grips and the Elan grips as replacement grips. My members love the fact that the price is the lowest for such good quality. Most of my members had not replaced their grips in 20 years. In fact, the first month I used over 30 grips. I found that the Secure Grip was a little thicker than the Elan Grip, and for those women whose grip was too large, I replaced their grip using an Elan Grip to reduce the grip size. The product quality and price has made me a permanent customer of Golden Set Tennis. Thank you again. John John A. Ramsey II Kelly Greens Director of Tennis USPTA Professional
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Ed Goldbaum
    Velvet string was wonderful. The durability was a 4 rateing instead of a 2 1/2 The feel and the explosion off my racquet were better than I expected. I have been useing this string on my own Head Submission racquetball racquet. I have finally found the best overall string for Open racquetball players. Thanks Again. All Pro Basics Sporting Goods
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Grayson Vanover
    This string is absolutely incredible. I have been hybriding it with my snake bite 17g and the bite and feel with the combination is just incredible. A must buy string for multifilament fans!
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Phong Hua
    I really like both the multifilament strings. Maximal and Velvet. They are for more advanced players. Prices are very reasonable. Bluestring
  • Review of: Velvet
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    By: Julio Cau
    Impressive quality at a low price. After buying my stringer, I tried many strings from different brands and no other brand came close to the quality and price offered by Golden Set. I appreciate the feel and control I get with Velvet 17 in my racquet. I am a 4.0 player that loves move up to the net, and this string is perfect for my style. I got some samples from a friend and decided to buy a reel right after trying Velvet for the first time. If you are looking for good quality, feel, control and power, Golden Set has the answer for your racquet.
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Gavin Landon
    Very soft string and durable for sure! String tension is normal with noticeable string movement after about 10 hours of play. Feel was good, and spin generation average. Power was definitely there even at higher tensions. Used in full bed, probably would fair well in a hybrid too. Would definitely use again. Good string for a good price!
  • Review of: Velvet
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    By: Jim Kellogg
    I want to commend you on a great product. I was offered a sample pack which to my surprise was a wonderful value. In using the sample pack I discovered the 18 gauge Snakebite and 18 gauge Velvet. This is a great combination for my racket and style of play. I am preparing for another season of USTA team tennis (3.5 Senior & Regular)and was looking for a string combination that would be easy on my arm and still give me power that I need to be a consistent winner. Make my vote the Snakebite and Velvet combination. A great value and worth twice the price. Thank You for a great product and wonderful value. I am looking to buy a reel of both and only decision is about the color.
  • Review of: Velvet
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    By: Dean Olah
    I've been using Golden Set strings for over a year now and find them comparable to any high quality string on the market. My favorite string is the Maximal 17 gauge. The touch and control is outstanding with power when needed (depending on how I string it). The only downside is that the string usually only lasts me about 3 weeks before I break it. Sometimes I use the velvet 17 gauge when I need more durability. It has a very similar feel with just a bit more power. Fortunately due to the very reasonable costs of the Golden Set Strings and for the fact I string my own racquets, I can afford to restring frequently and always be on the top of my game. Keep up the good work Golden String!
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Will Reynolds
    Velvet-These strings are probably my favorite strings I have used on my racquetball racquet. I string my own racquets so I purchased a sample set from Golden Set. These strings played awesome and the durability was better for me then Golden Set's "racquetball string" (Anabolic). In fact I cannot say how long these strings would have lasted because my frame broke before the strings. I am going to order a reel of this string and will string all my racquets with it. I have found the one!
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Dane McNeill
    A couple of things about this string as I've played through 10-15 sets of it now . . . First, this is an excellent playing and feeling string that has far greater durability than you would ever expect from a string that plays this well. Second, at the price, about half or less of the price of competitive name brand strings, you can not miss with this string. I just started stringing again after many year of paying for the service and I love stringing and playing with this string . . . (I'm a 4.5-5.0 level player) Outstanding!!!
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Dean Olah
    I have been using name brand tennis strings as long as I can remember and for the past 6 years I have been stringing my own racquets. I have found that the Golden Set Velvet is as strong, yet easy on the arm and playable as any string on the market. The quality is terrific and the price extremely competitive. This is the string I use personally and recommend to all my customers.
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Mikolaj Borak
    This string has a great feel. It doesn't hurt your arm and it's very responsive. The issue is, it breaks withing 6-8 hours of hard playing. However, in my opinion, it's just like those other $40 string you see from companies but at an insanely low price. Personally, it's worth buying a reel cause it works. Lots of spin and plenty of comfort. I'm just hooked on it.
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Doug McCorkle
    I'm a 4.0 "touch" player, and sampled a lot of strings to find the most comfortable string with good control - Velvet 16 was it. I play three times a week, and need to restring about every six weeks, but with such a reasonable price (and I string myself), it is more than worth it. I just got my second roll!
  • Review of: Velvet
    Type: Multi-Filament Tennis String
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    By: Ken Kisty
    I still play with a Wilson Jack Kramer wooden racquet at times and stringing it with Golden Set Velvet 16 really improved performance. It provides me with a soft feel, a seemingly larger sweetspot, and ball placement is such that it seems I just \"think\" of where I want the shot to go, and it gets there! I highly recommend Velvet.


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