The characteristics of string: the dynamic tension loss

The dynamic stability of a string is a direct measure of how the string tends to maintain its original characteristics over time.

In the case of a string with poor attitudes to dynamic stability, shot after shot we will see a progressive drop in tension, a progressive plasticization of the string and a pronounced and progressive drop in tension.

On the other hand, in the presence of a string with excellent aptitude for dynamic stability, we can assist and perceive a substantial constancy of performance with the passing of the hours of play, a good tension holding and a variance from the initial response rather contained..

The concept of dynamic stability is closely linked to tensional stability and to progressive plasticisation of the string.