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signal park rocker 2011

I want to buy a signal park rocker 2011. But I didnt find any reviews. The seller told me its very soft. I want to buy a extreme noodly for learning butters/presses. Could someone tell me if this signal is the perfect board for me?

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Good soft board that is very durable, there are easier boards to learn o butter like the rossignol rock and rolla or a bataleon dissaster or lobster park. those boards all have upturned edges which makes it much easier to butter than just being soft boards.

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To be completely honest I don't recommend learning to press and butter on any rocker. It can teach you bad habbits. Presses are not leaning over, they're presses. A board like the Park rocker will press out just by leaning.

Get something noodly and camber. That'll teach you proper technique.

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