I started with a Yomega hot shot, then a dark magic 2, and now I have a yoyofactory 888x. I don’t know how I can improve
What do you mean?
Practice more n then get a titanium and you will be set!!
Practice. A lot. Between the DM2 and the 888x, technically speaking, if you’re into 1A, you don’t need anything else but way more practice.
I have a large collection but the only thing that helps me is practicing a ton.
You have every yoyo you will really need at the moment and probably for quite a while.
Work hard with what you have. The combination of your yoyos was a wise choice for a good progression of yoyoing and style. Now its just a matter of developing your style and skills.
You’re good to go.
I was looking for a better yoyo, caribou lodge has cool paint jobs, but I love the hubstacks on the 888x, I’m not sure if I need a new yoyo
you don’t need a new yoyo. If you just wanted to get a new yoyo though, (which is very understandable) there are things much better than the 888x at half the price. If you where wanting a new throw, i would suggest getting a OD Burnside. amazing player, amazing price. plays much better than some yoyos priced at 120 plus, and It’s only 85 bucks… highly recommend it, and I’m sure a lot of other people do as well.
How much will you spend?
You are about to experience the unbelievable:
- The dark magic II is capable of more than you imagine.
- Yoyos more expensive than the ones you have, are only more expensive. Nothing truly makes them better.
- Better yoyos than you have, will be those you find that better match your personnal preferences for size, weight, shape, and feel.
- Here is the most important for me personally: The player is the single greatest influence on a yoyo’s capabilities. When something isn’t going well be sure to modify the object on the appropriate end of the string.
It’s not the yoyo, it’s the person.
Look at Ed Haponik.