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Old 07-28-2013, 11:30 PM
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Proton and neutron are very similar, I think neutron breaks in faster.

So if you had the choice of three MVP discs you all would choose the amp?

Anode tangent volt would be a better lineup no?
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Old 07-28-2013, 11:38 PM
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I agree completely with the tangent and amp recommendations.
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Proton and neutron are very similar, I think neutron breaks in faster.

So if you had the choice of three MVP discs you all would choose the amp?

Anode tangent volt would be a better lineup no?
thats a hard question but,

I would have to say Volt and Vector, with a Tangent that would double as a putter.. and of course a Nano in my pocket
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Old 07-28-2013, 11:55 PM
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I'm just asking for real. I assume newer player, not too many discs, that is why I suggested the three most versatile discs MVP offers. I'd never choose the amp in a three disc set up over the volt. That is what is great about this game to each his own as long as its fun!!! Who cares!!!
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Old 07-29-2013, 02:18 AM
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Thanks everyone, its a tough choice. I want to get a Tangent first probably, then if I like it as much as I like my Anode I will have a tough choice between Amp and Volt.
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Old 07-29-2013, 10:24 AM
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I'm just asking for real. I assume newer player, not too many discs, that is why I suggested the three most versatile discs MVP offers. I'd never choose the amp in a three disc set up over the volt. That is what is great about this game to each his own as long as its fun!!! Who cares!!!
I'm not sure I would have recommended an AMP, but the new domey one I have is a game changer. For someone throwing it 300' they will be able to throw it flat and have a very straight shot. Volt is going to have a lot of LSS at that range.
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Old 07-29-2013, 10:28 AM
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I'm not sure I would have recommended an AMP, but the new domey one I have is a game changer. For someone throwing it 300' they will be able to throw it flat and have a very straight shot. Volt is going to have a lot of LSS at that range.
How easy will it be to find a domey amp? I have not seen what I would consider domey out of MVP drivers yet. Domey amp sounds fun, I may have to create one!
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Old 07-29-2013, 10:48 AM
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I'd go volt over amp for driver. I love both, but for an all around fairway driver the n volt hits the mark. Once beat in I get a nice little S out of it for some added distance, and in its wear it has dropped in LSS. Last week I picked up a p volt and it was exactly what I needed. The amp is great too, but I go to it more for long turnovers that end flat.
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What about the Axis? is the Tangent better than the Axis?
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What about the Axis? is the Tangent better than the Axis?
no, it just depends on what your looking for.

An axis will go a little farther and wont turn over as easily, has more fade.

out of the box the tangent will go laser straight with minimal turn and fade, will hold long anny lines all the way to the ground if you need it to.

the axis and tangent are close enough that you could choose one over the other and pair it with a Vector for maximum effectiveness.
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