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post #3 of (permalink) Old 01-28-2014, 03:51 AM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by wrathfuldeity View Post
Looks fine, you will also have a bit of height/elevation from the bindings...and since ur just starting, imho having the board relatively narrower is a benifit for learning and ur not going to have to worry about toe/heel drag because you will not be on the truely steep or be railing the edges with high angled carves.

Vox looks nice...AC 15/30?
This is the best possible answer I could have gotten. I have been boarding before, so I've learnt the basics and can ride some blacks pretty well and blues with ease. I'm not really that kind of rider anyhow, I prefer more of a mellow ride, so it probably won't matter.

And the Vox is indeed an AC 15. Not actually mine, a friend left it here and it's been sitting in my room for about 6 months now. Nice little amp although it's torn a fair bit.

PS: what size would you recommend for the Republics then? I'm thinking the Mediums for a more snug fit, but then again I don't know shit so correct me if I'm wrong.

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