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    That's a good view
    That Masamoto profile always looks the business

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    just missing a Shig in the mix, Salty
    Shibui - simplicity devoid of unnecessary elements

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    I love the profile on the DT. Purty purty

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    That picture really makes me understand why I love my Masamoto.
    "Those who say it can't be done are always pasted by those doing it"

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    these 3 gyuto are beast, the masamoto have a nice polish to it

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    The Masamoto profile will always be my favorite. But I wouldn't be too upset if I found something I like better. Just out of curiosity do you have a preference yourself, Salty? Or is it more like a different day, different flavor kind of thing?
    "There's more to cooking than opening a can, CAN I SAY THAT CHEF?!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by longhorn View Post
    The Masamoto profile will always be my favorite. But I wouldn't be too upset if I found something I like better. Just out of curiosity do you have a preference yourself, Salty? Or is it more like a different day, different flavor kind of thing?
    I believe he favors his mizuno tanrenjo profile for his "all rounder"

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    Yep, the miz has the most miles on it.

    I like a pointy tip and a decent flat spot like the Masamoto and others. I also like them sub 50 in height.

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    That's the finest looking Kramer I've ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDispossessed View Post
    IMO you just can't beat the Masamoto's profile. Once you graduate from rock-chopping, that's one hell of a useful shape right there.
    Maybe it's just me, but I really like the KS for rock chopping?

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