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    I've heard nothing but very fast cutter and good...

    I've heard nothing but very fast cutter and good feedback on Gesshin stones, they also have splash-n-go lines.

    Bester 1k or 1.2k for mid-value stone, fast cutter, good feedback, but a soaker. I...
  2. Thread: New Knives

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    I agree with what Benuser said. Many people would...

    I agree with what Benuser said. Many people would agree that a gyuto performs many of the tasks of a santoku and more, so both a gyuto and a santoku may be redundant. Get a gyuto in 240mm or 210mm,...
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    Welcome to KFF!

    Welcome to KFF!
  4. Thread: New Knives

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    Welcome to KFF, JH!

    Welcome to KFF, JH!
  5. I finally got around to start the thinning...

    I finally got around to start the thinning project last week. I was using p220 grit wetordry sandpaper I had. I used it wet on a pretty flat and lacquered piece of 1"x6" (having it wet was the only...
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    Sweet knife, and sweet collaboration group buy! ...

    Sweet knife, and sweet collaboration group buy!

    I'd totally buy one if I had the money and was in the market for another gyuto!

    I have a question about the profile. How is this knife's profile...
  7. Thread: Hello

    by GConcept999
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    Welcome, Ray, to KFF! Excellent choice with...

    Welcome, Ray, to KFF!

    Excellent choice with the Suisin Honyaki Wa-Gyuto! I'd love to handle one some day!
  8. Thread: Hello

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    Welcome to KFF! I'm curious about white gyuto...

    Welcome to KFF!

    I'm curious about white gyuto you ordered. Nevertheless, congrats on your purchase and interest in knives!
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    Welcome to KFF, Guy! Knife nice you have there. ...

    Welcome to KFF, Guy! Knife nice you have there.

    I wonder which line from Masamoto it is from.
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    Sandpaper, drywall screen, cinder-block, flat...

    Sandpaper, drywall screen, cinder-block, flat concrete, sidewalk or flat part of your driveway all works (I found the sidewalk outside of my house to be kind of smooth though). I've heard drywall...
  11. Thread: newbie

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    Welcome to KFF!

    Welcome to KFF!
  12. Thread: new guy

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    Welcome, Erik, to KFF! You will learn a lot here!

    Welcome, Erik, to KFF! You will learn a lot here!
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    Eeeek, I have a mold/mildew problem with it...

    Eeeek, I have a mold/mildew problem with it soaked in a cooler with no bleach. I just got a few new stones last week and decided to perma-soak them after my first sharpen. Was off work for a few...
  14. Seems like a Gesshin 220 is gonna cost me ~$19...

    Seems like a Gesshin 220 is gonna cost me ~$19 more after tax and shipping, I don't feel like killing most of a quality stone until I got my sharpening techniques down, I'm still learning here. Also...
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    Victorinox Forschner is very good bang for the...

    Victorinox Forschner is very good bang for the buck. Its stamped blade comes very thin so it would feel still sharpen than thicker forged blades when a little duller. Very easy to sharpen....
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    Anyone use a Mac/Fiskars Rollsharp on serrated...

    Anyone use a Mac/Fiskars Rollsharp on serrated edge? Endorsed by Mac to be used on their brands of serrated edges, 15 degrees both sides, takes about 5 seconds to sharpen. Cost $9.95 on Amazon.
    ...
  17. What does backing on sandpaper mean? Does it mean...

    What does backing on sandpaper mean? Does it mean a raised surface like a piece of 2x4 block of wood?

    How many sheets of sandpaper do you guys think the thinning project would take assuming I cut...
  18. Thanks for the replies. I got a Bester 1k and...

    Thanks for the replies. I got a Bester 1k and Suehiro Rika 5k. It is able to sharpen a bevel much better, and I am able to feel the burrs forming much easier now.

    I am still looking to get a...
  19. Thread: Hello

    by GConcept999
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    Welcome to KFF, you will learn a lot here!

    Welcome to KFF, you will learn a lot here!
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    Make your own Salty's Strop v2?...

    Make your own Salty's Strop v2? http://youtu.be/g9Smlj0fNnE
    I'd like to make my own, but I don't have a garage or the tools.

    Phoenix Knife House used to supply some of the stuff for Dave...
  21. Thread: Hello

    by GConcept999
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    Welcome to KFF! The LA Area is a nice area for...

    Welcome to KFF! The LA Area is a nice area for knives and food =) .
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    Correction! I realized I had the steering flipped...

    Correction! I realized I had the steering flipped around after thinking about it.
    EDIT: One thing about JSBK is that the handed knives tend to steer in the direction that it is handed in because of...
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    I'll try my hand at this with what I learned from...

    I'll try my hand at this with what I learned from the forums when I was interested in Japanese single bevel knives. Someone please jump in and correct me if I'm wrong.

    Are you a home cook or do...
  24. Thread: Newbie

    by GConcept999
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    Welcome to KFF! You've come to the right place.

    Welcome to KFF!

    You've come to the right place.
  25. Thread: Hello!

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    Welcome to KFF! I've heard very good things...

    Welcome to KFF!

    I've heard very good things about the Tanaka Blue steel. How do you think of the Fit and Finish on your knives so far? Handling and the feel of the knives?
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