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Discussion in 'The Sesh' started by KeeganS, Jan 20, 2018.
I saw it too! Man, I'm happy KUSA still has some of those on hand.
this is probably a really noob question, but I've heard a lot about yellow ozoras. what makes the yellow special?
They’re special because Louke Hernandez hordes them all lmao
They arent in production anymore so they’ve gotte. Really rare. Guessing KUSA managed to find a box of them somewhere.
If you are talking about the most recently retired (2013) Yellow Ozora I don't believe they were "OG" painted. OG paint was lead based IIRC.
(edit: Here's a discussion of the paints and gens)
Now that I think about it, you’re right. Massive fail haha.
I was reading the reviews on the product page on KUSA’s site and one said they managed to get an OG. How darw they lie to us!
Yeah, I made some great friends at MKO! I’m like brothers with Preston Murdoch (@preston.dama on instagram) after going and meeting him! Really hoping to see him and other homies again!
Yellow Ozora is one of my favorites. Stoked you got one!
own at least 1 natty
Like this? (just finished this wood burn)
One of the things I think everyone should experience, is breaking in natties. It is probably the most satisfying experience any dama player can have. And once they are honed, they are honed for life. Some natty damas make me not even want to play painted anymore
Every serious player should at least be able to do 9 taps juggle spike
it's sort of hard to detect sarcasm online, but I hope I just did...
* sigh of relief * You never know these days whether someone could be serious about that...
@Carlos Habbenero @Ricky Røge I kind of thought it was being more facetious than sarcastic. (no I'm not the word/grammar police I just like the word "facetious" )
Get a “one of” or at the very least customize your own set up to create a “one-of”
Try a super sized kendama. Taiyo Ozora, the Grizzly size Lion Head, any dama that’s the size of a person’s shin and resembles a barbell with one end missing.
Try a few different wood types. Some play similar (maple/birch), some are very different (maple/ebony, bamboo/oak, etc). You'll never know until you try em!
Attempt to customize your own dama. Painting/repainting/coating, sharpie, wood burning, reshaping, mix and match the cups, spikes, and tamas, the list goes on (actually I think that's probably it).