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11-06-2006, 10:16 PM
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If I was you I'd get a standard shaft with a relatively low flex rating. Then I'd pair it with a cheaper wood blade with a mild curve.

You won't notice a different between a tapered shaft and a standard at this point, no point in spending the extra money.

BTW. Just to point you in a direction the Easton Ultralite is pretty common and relatively cheap AND it performs nice and is LIGHT. I would recommend it for any beginner.


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