Hi Everyone! What makes the Duncan Freehand Pro specialize in 5A? Except of course that it comes with a counterweight. Is it the weight? The shape? Or anything in specifics?
I am trying to learn 5A and I use my beat up Replay Pro. I find it a little heavy and hard to maneuver especially with Pinwheels.
The good thing is, Replay Pro is a really good beater, the strings usually slips on my fingers causing the yoyo to go bouncing and rolling across the room, causing minimal to no damage at all. Can the Freehand Pro handle some strong hit? I am imagining that there will be some damage with the part where the caps go but I may be wrong. Though I believe this question will be based from your experience.