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Luffers:
I'm looking to get a new bat, mine's rubbish but it's all I could afford at the time. Fed up with it now though!

The reviews for Red Ink bats look great, my budget still isn't high though so I was wondering what the difference between x3 and x2 was?

I've heard people say before that willow grade is pretty much just a cosmetic thing and the performance is based on the pressing and skill of the bat-maker. John seems like one of the best so I imagine the x3's are still pretty awesome.

I play a good standard so I want a decent bat, I cant really afford to go over 200/210 though cause unfortunately I'm not the most well-off cricketer you're likely to meet.

Anyone who's got experience with the bats who has some advice would be most welcome!

Bats_Entertainment:
Yes, contact John before people start shouting GM Signature at you. He's a nice guy and the sort of independent batmaker we should be supporting. I'm sure he'd make you something very decent at an affordable
price.

Red Ink Cricket:
I press each cleft to get the most out of each one so buying a lower grade doesnít mean an inferior product, just one that suits you budget. Drop me a pm and we can discuss options for you

LukeFramBurton:
Iíve had a couple of clefts from John - both really well pressed and, aesthetically at least, very well graded.

AJ2014:
At least grade 2

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