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loose5682

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Thrash vs. Eraser Particle Pearl
« on: May 25, 2003, 07:58:54 PM »
(topic is also identically in the Storm thread)

Looking to pick up one of these as a replacement for an older EMB XF.  Both balls are particle pearls (as is the XF) and of the three main particle pearl track balls (the other two being the Freak Out and the Threat) the Thrash seems more controllable, both in the midlane and the backend (by controllable I mean less flippy, not variety of drilling patterns) but I have not seen a comparison on the Thrash and the EPP.  I have not seen either of these balls thrown as the league I bowl in over the summer mostly just throws X-Factors and Addictions.  

I'm kind of a stroker/cranker, medium speed, slightly above average revs...can go anywhere with hand positions, arrows, etc.  Looking for something to replace my very controllable EMB XF (which gets down the lane and has a very smooth move to the pocket).  Basically a ball to throw when my Tour Boss Pearl gets to be too jumpy (and later the X-Factor after I replace the TBP over the summer)

Any input into this will be greatly appreciated, and please let me know if I missed anything background-wise in the informational part of this post...thanks to all.

Andrew Loose
Illinois State University
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