I'm like the only person who prefers BrownsActually, I'm going to side with you.
I've tried my friend's browns and reds. Honestly, browns just felt so much better, probably since I'm used to tactile feedback from my blues.
I've played around with blues lately, and I think they feel great, but y'all are saying reds are good.i haven't seen a person who asked for switch recommendations and chose blue in like forever
Hopefully sometime I can get my hands on one so I can decide.
Thanks for the help, everyone!
experiencing hell on streams here with blacks... hopefully when it gets worn out i can switch to reds. blacks are great for speed and accuracy, but damn anything more than 3 minutes and i start to get worn out.
Myke B wrote:this is true, but this doesn't necessarily mean he should choose reds. Some people don't like the feel of reds, even if they are slightly easier to press.i guess so. i should've mentioned that with reds you're more prone to accidental key presses, probably the reason why i chose browns over reds
Mathsma wrote:I see it this way - blues for accuracy, browns for mixed accuracy/stamina, reds for stamina, blacks for speed.blacks are great for stamina as well. for example after 1 year of playing with blacks, switching over to a lighter switch could result in the ability to stream for longer than usual (but that could be said the same with playing 1 year with rubber domes )
I see it this way - blues for accuracy, browns for mixed accuracy/stamina, reds for stamina, blacks for speed.You speak the truth. I have blacks and I can't make good ACC on any map, except for really high BPM ones, unless I try reaaaaaaaally hard, like, I just can't make slow-paced songs really well... on the other hand, I can stream like 285 BPM without getting really tired. Oh and triplets are my curse...