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Old 11-23-2018, 09:39 AM
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So I got some more work with the Matrix (again mine is Neutron, Flat and 175g) Basically I will agree 100% with there numbers, 5/4/-1/2 - at first I kinda felt it was faster or longer than a buzz. but really. its not much different , instead of a line of 0/1 this is -1/2 so stability IS similar but the matrix with have a little flex, but it has held fairly OS in the last 20% of the flight. I really like it for upshots as powered down it has a hefty fade and a lil skip. I'm sure it'll work in a lil bit but I hope it holds for the most part - It was really nice for slight flex shots. Still liking it. Super comfortable to grip and forehand. I am not great at FH to begin with and for whatever reason I am really bad at FH mids. But this felt good. So yeah
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Old 11-23-2018, 07:48 PM
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I have a heavy proton matrix. Flat as a board. Love it! My most used mid for sure. Good straight flight, strong late fade.

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Old 11-26-2018, 12:05 PM
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I used The matrix a good amount yesterday. Had a few really nice shots with it. I love how at high speed it flies like a Buzzz but at low speed / Late flight / or just finessed it has a solid fade with a lil skip. Really liking this thing. I laced a slight turnover straight shot down a pipe and it faded just enough to skip forward, got the lone bird. It held up in most winds. When not fully powered it flew like 5/4/0/2.5 when piped 5/4/-1/1.75 - REALLY liking it. Gotta say I didn't think I'd find a mid I liked as much as the Buzzz or Wasp but the Alias and Matrix are a lot of fun and hit some good lines. Great mids.

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Old 11-26-2018, 12:58 PM
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I used The matrix a good amount yesterday. Had a few really nice shots with it. I love how at high speed it flies like a Buzzz but at low speed / Late flight / or just finessed it has a solid fade with a lil skip. Really liking this thing. I laced a slight turnover straight shot down a pipe and it faded just enough to skip forward, got the lone bird. It held up in most winds. When not fully powered it flew like 5/4/0/2.5 when piped 5/4/-1/1.75 - REALLY liking it. Gotta say I didn't think I'd find a mid I liked as much as the Buzzz or Wasp but the Alias and Matrix are a lot of fun and hit some good lines. Great mids.
Alias and matrix are the only mids I currently carry. No need for anything else currently.
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Old 11-26-2018, 01:33 PM
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Alias and matrix are the only mids I currently carry. No need for anything else currently.
I think I'll still carry either a Buzzz or something more OS, but I use a Zone and that's good for OS mids.

Yeah for sure an Alias and Matrix would do. Always depends on the courses and conditions. But glad to hear someone else digs this combo.
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Old 09-04-2019, 09:19 PM
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Any word on the release of the electron matrix? Thinking about starting a *sigh* cycle of these things.....
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Any word on the release of the electron matrix? Thinking about starting a *sigh* cycle of these things.....
have you a tried a buzz

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have you a tried a buzz
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Just got a Neutron Matrix this week and went out today to try it in a couple of rounds. I really like the feel of it, comfortable like my Buzzz but with a stronger fade finish. When Electron Matrix will be available, a combo with a Neutron and a beat in Electron Matrix could be interesting.
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