I’ve had the zach yourd ed. for a while now, but i’m just starting to really get into it. I can spike and cup and all of that basic stuff, but lighthouses slip and slide, room for error on lunars is a 1 millimeter spot before it tips, and i don’t even want to talk about birds.
You gotta find the balance bro. It’s within.
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but in all seriousness i was wondering if it had to do with the cherry wood weighing a lot more than the norm? lunars are literally near impossible because no matter where i set it, it tilts forward and off
It’s probably just a learning curve. It definitely was when I got a purpleheart Klack. That thing was hefty. Balancing seems to be easier with the lighter woods such as beech but it’s not impossible with others. Just keep doing it.
CaliBuddha is right, just a learning curve. I had a harder time landing lunars with my cherry pro model and krom walnut at first because the weight is so different than what I was used to, but now it’s no problem. Just keep practicing and you’ll get it.