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    To reduce steering to the left you may want to...

    To reduce steering to the left you may want to increase the left angle, thus increasing friction. But take care with general statements, as all will depend on the individual knife with its own...
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    Good stuff.

    Good stuff.
  3. Welcome! Your blade would benefit a lot from a...

    Welcome! Your blade would benefit a lot from a Naniwa Jyunpaku 8k "Snow-White". By the way, I found Dave's welcome most adequate and measured.
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    Any idea of its width?

    Any idea of its width?
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    The general answer will be that a santoku is...

    The general answer will be that a santoku is redundant next to a 240mm gyuto. But the TJ35AS is an excellent one. Its geometry is bit thinner than that of most gyutos and its cutting area does not...
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    Hardly a big hand with a span of 8 5/8"...

    Hardly a big hand with a span of 8 5/8"...
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    @Lizzardborn: It's all what the thread you've...

    @Lizzardborn: It's all what the thread you've linked to is about. http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/showthread.php/5656-Asymmetry--The-REAL-DEAL
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    Stop counting strokes and flipping sides...

    Stop counting strokes and flipping sides continuously. If you follow Dave's method, you start somewhere behind the edge with the blade almost flat on the stone, raise the spine little by little and...
  9. The 440 are a tad harder and more abrasion...

    The 440 are a tad harder and more abrasion resistant which should result in a substantial increase of edge retention.
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    You guys will surely explain to me how it makes...

    You guys will surely explain to me how it makes sense to polish and than have stuff to get coarse finish.
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    Welcome to my ignore list, Michael.

    Welcome to my ignore list, Michael.
  12. Please be aware that the VG has nowadays a POM...

    Please be aware that the VG has nowadays a POM handle which I wouldn't find acceptable at this price point. I would choose between the Misono 440 -- the better F&F -- and the Hiromoto Gin-3 -- the...
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    A simple beauty.

    A simple beauty.
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    I would suggest the Chosera 2k. Splash&Go. Hard,...

    I would suggest the Chosera 2k. Splash&Go. Hard, but with a nice feedback. It's a bit finer than the grit indicates. Leaves a fine toothy edge. Use it as last stone with soft carbons, harder ones get...
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    Soyez le bienvenu, Spongebob.

    Soyez le bienvenu, Spongebob.
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    Thanks for this great post!

    Thanks for this great post!
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    Medium sandpaper, P400, or coarse (brown)...

    Medium sandpaper, P400, or coarse (brown) ScotchBrite, both along the edge
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    Sujis are narrower than gyutos and will therefore...

    Sujis are narrower than gyutos and will therefore taper less gradually. Not that it matters that much as a blade won't wedge in meat. The sujis I know aren't exactly delicate. Some sharpeners though...
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    If so, you better abrade the burr. If it came off...

    If so, you better abrade the burr. If it came off it would leave a heavily damaged edge behind.
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    Are you sure? I would guess you go rather along...

    Are you sure? I would guess you go rather along -- and not across -- the grain to have grasped some debris.
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    I add a 2-3" double microbevel on most of my...

    I add a 2-3" double microbevel on most of my knives, beginning at the heel, and use that section for rougher tasks.
  22. Carburundum (SiC) stones are great for removing a...

    Carburundum (SiC) stones are great for removing a lot of steel, and are indeed meant to be used with huge pressure. I use them for fat stainless European blades. Both the Victorinox and the Zwilling...
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    They all have a relief bevel at the lowest angle...

    They all have a relief bevel at the lowest angle I'm comfortable with, right side gets a minibevel @35 degree or so, the other side a convexed edge ending below 15 degree. I start the minibevel on a...
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    I've seen that single-sided microbevel at some 35...

    I've seen that single-sided microbevel at some 35 degree with soft carbons by Robert Herder, Solingen. Well, microbevel, rather a minibevel, as it is made on the coarse stone. It allows quite a ...
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    My Cerax stone works quite well with basic...

    My Cerax stone works quite well with basic carbon. With more advanced steels, e.g. VG-10 and AS, it seems not the best at dealing with the respective carbides, leaving an unstable edge.
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