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Hammer Amp Up Reviewed By: Sweetpea Bowl 12/08/2013 10:44 ( stars)

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Here is my take on the new Amp Up by Hammer. I drilled mine with a 75 x 5 ½ x 20 layout and did not use an extra hole. I threw the ball at box surface. This ball features the same core at the AMP but with a pearlized coverstock to generate more length than the original Amp.
Notwithstanding that this ball features a pearlized cover, this ball is still a strong asymmetric piece of equipment and has a strong smooth motion throughout the lane. However, it does go longer through the front than the original Amp.
Thus, the Amp Up is a nice addition to the original Amp. For example, if you’re bowling on a heavy volume pattern where the Amp works very well and you want a similar ball motion for when the fronts are going, the Amp Up is the ball to choose. Alternatively, if you are bowling on a lighter volume version of a pattern where the Amp would work well, again the Amp Up is the ball for you! The strength of this ball is the strong, smooth read that the ball provides. The color of the cover is quite striking (no pun intended) with its purple, gold, and green swirl pattern. Like with the Amp, this ball will likely be best on medium to light fresh pattern and patterns which show a lot of over/under and control of the lane is critical.
See your local pro shop operator for the latest on the Amp Up by Hammer!

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