Traditional Thursday, this week, is about honing in a few of the finer details of stringing a traditional. These adjustments that I’ve made are an attempt to confront real pocket issues by slight modification. I’ll note what the issue may be, then what was done to alleviate it. Try some.
How a specific lacrosse stick performs is key to understanding how a pocket works and is created.
To add on to Connor’s post on tension, which is one of the most important aspects of stringing traditional, as well as evenly spaced diamonds, I’d like to show a few things I do which I think make stringing traditionals a bit nicer and why.
Before leaving NYC for #crosscountrystring, there was a trip up to Stringer’s Shack in Mass., which led into a workshop at FDA in Harlem. These photos tell the story.
Well, it seems as if traveling across the country on the open road is coming to fruition; all thanks to everyone! If you’ve kept up a little bit on my stringing tour, you’ll know that I had to fly around this spring to all the locations where I held my stringing workshops, due to not […]
Daniel Murphy had an excellent question about stringing traditional pockets: “How do you figure out how many diamonds to put in your traditional pocket?” Video answer supplied.
Picture journey with captions of Texas, a noticed trend on hotbeds and some divine sound.
Video of stringing workshop in Frederick MD with epic hand-stand ending!
Since I lived in the DC Metro Area (DMV = DC, Maryland, Virginia) for over 4 years, this was a nice and easy trip. Again, the trip was filled with generosity and lots of eager young laxers!
The first weekend of my tour was filled with a rabbit, laxers, generosity, Texans and tracker pockets.