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Jason B. wrote:Nothing.
If you have the bamboo or Ume 1k you will be fine.
....short & sweet answer - no debate necessary!
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Post subject: Re: Follow Up to Bamboo 150
Posted: Mon May 13, 2013 12:08 am
Joined: Mon Apr 23, 2012 4:45 am Posts: 1629
The jump from the 150 Bamboo to a 1k Nubatama is fususaaly fine although a 400 Bamboo intermediary is useful for more abrasion resistant steels.
The nice thing about the 150 Bamboo is that it's real aggressive, but doesn't leave a super rough finish, so going on to a 1k is quite reasonable.
I'd also add the 150 Bamboo to the Shapton and Chocera stone series if that's your preference as they don't have a real strong very low end stone. The low dish rate for this very coarse stone is a real plus compared to other sub 400 grit alternatives.
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