chatter is not necessarily completly related to a boards flex. Chatter happens when we apply pressure to the board to quickly. Try applying pressure in a progressive (gradual) manner and I think you will find that YOU have a greater control over chatter than the longitudinal flex characteristics of your board.
I ride several boards with radically different flex profiles. My softer boards require me to apply pressure more gradually than my stiffer boards to avoid chattering and an eventual edge wash out.. try it you'll like it.
The B Custom is a GREAT one board quiver... I used to ride one years ago, and I still think very highly of its all around attributes.. good wood indeed.
Last edited by oneplankawanka; 02-09-2009 at 01:09 PM.