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Old 07-28-2013, 01:53 AM
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Default Love my MVP Anode, now I want a driver or mid.

I currently have one MVP disc, an Anode Proton Glow Eclipse. It happens to be my favorite disc. It goes straight, and does long and short shots. I am wondering what driver or mid would compliment the Anode so I can get more distance.

I want it to fly straight and fly like the Anode but longer. One that is EASY for me to throw as a new player. Any ideas? Does this exist?
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The Tangent is slightly understable but would be great for you. It compliments it beautifully. The Axis is pretty straight too but I'm not a fan. You will hear those two discs most often.
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I started with the Anode and it's my only putter I use. I just got a domey Axis that is money and straight. I've got a tangent coming. I also have a Volt on the way and I've heard often the the Volt is a longer Axis and I think the Axis is a longer Anode.
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I currently have one MVP disc, an Anode Proton Glow Eclipse. It happens to be my favorite disc. It goes straight, and does long and short shots. I am wondering what driver or mid would compliment the Anode so I can get more distance.

I want it to fly straight and fly like the Anode but longer. One that is EASY for me to throw as a new player. Any ideas? Does this exist?
Get yourself an Axis or a Tangent, i prefer both in Eclipse plastic!

the axis will be straight and have more fade
the tangent will hold a straight line forever with VERY minimal fade

axis is longer than a tangent.. just depends on exactly what your looking for.
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Which is easier to throw, or more forgiving? A Tangent or Axis ?
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Which is easier to throw, or more forgiving? A Tangent or Axis ?
Tangent, forget the axis. Tangent is a better mid, easier to throw more forgiving.
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I think I am leaning towards a Tangent. If I get a Tangent and it throws as good as my Anode but farther I want to get a Nutsack (holds 6 discs ) and get 6 MVP discs dropping the rest of my bag lol.
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I think I am leaning towards a Tangent. If I get a Tangent and it throws as good as my Anode but farther I want to get a Nutsack (holds 6 discs ) and get 6 MVP discs dropping the rest of my bag lol.
That is a great plan, I'm staring at my nutsac (bag) filled with MVP for my round today.

Anode,tangent,vector,p volt n volt amp. Fun times!!! Some will say amp for your first MVP driver, get a n volt first then a p volt.
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Tangent is way more forgiving. I don't bag an Axis but I bag 3 Tangent's. One in each plastic. Proton is the best.
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