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Comments: Excellent racquet. Very traditional feel with more modern attributes like a bit of
extra spin, stiffness and power. I have leaded mine up to somewhere in the high 11's and it
plays much better. Otherwise it doesn't quite hold up to heavy balls or provide enough plow
through. It has really great feel and comfort, and does not feel nearly as stiff as the specs say in
any negative way, but does feel stiff in positive ways, as in stable and penetrating. I have a
sensitive arm, and even with poly strings, in the year I have spent with this racquet my
golfer's elbow has completely disappeared. I was using the 330x before this, and that one did
hurt my arm and was not nearly as comfy and enjoyable as this. I think it's too bad that
Gamma seems to be going the Babolat way with their new Rzrs, and is abandoning the more
traditional feel of some of there older stuff like this, the T7, the 325 etc.
Comments:The 320X is an excellent "all-court" racquet...it does however require the addition of a little lead to
stabilize it and add to the plow-through. Surprisingly the 320X provides a pretty "old school" feel for a racquet with a stiffness
rating of 67. It is very, very comfortable to play with and since it is headlight and has a low swingweight it is very maneuverable.
This is a really fine doubles racquet.
Comments: Great racquet provided that it's customized with lead. My favorite now. Mine is
12.2 ounces and 6 light. Now it can serve the bomb, has good sweetspot and much more
stable. And yes I did use the Maxply McEnroe before this with the same weight but the 320x
feels and plays better. The only other current 95-98 headsize with 20 mm or less beam and
66-67 stiffness is the kblade 98 and it's not very customizable.
Comments: One word: CONTROL. You can put the ball precisely where you want. You will lose some power on your
serves and groundstrokes due to the racquet being so headlight; however you will gain significantly in the control department. Its
a trade off, that I personally LOVE. The Gamma has almost the exact same specs as the McEnroe Maxply but its far more head
light. The Gamma is better than the Maxply for several reasons: 1. The Gamma is more head light, therefore you can add tape
and make an exact replica if you so choose; however, the same cannot be said for the Maxply.....i.e You cannot make the Mcenroe
more head light without sacrificing the weight \. (I added lead tape and increased the power significantly but lost control.....so I
ripped off the tape). 2. It does not have the silly paintjob of the Mcenroe. The Gamma is one of the best looking
racquets ever. The pics do not do it justice. The black,White & Silver combo is really sleek looking. I would trade control for power
any day of the week. I have never played with a racquet quite this precise. And if you need more power the racquet is so head light
that a bit of lead tape will increase the power to whatever specifications you want.
Comments: This is an awesome racquet for all around the court. Solid at the baseline and it's excellent for volley.
This racquet cannot make the bomb serve, but I can produce enough spin to drive the opponents crazy. I don't know why it's a
very good racquet but no one seems to care. Is it the name? One thing I can't understand: it shows on the throat the racquet is 11
oz, but mine weighed 11.3 oz including string, gamma dampener, and 1 overgrip? Swingweight seems right as seen in TW's specs.
Excellent all-around racquet.
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