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Originally Posted by magna224 View Post
It seems like putting a piece of rubber on it would give it an odd feeling.
Odd feeling perhaps. But much safer.
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Heheheh. Ripster, I love your comments they always make me laugh.
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Seriously the last thing I would describe non-dampened Alps is soft. They bottom out HARD.

So I have an AEKII lying around, and based off of that dampened ALps aren't that good. A good rubber dome is much more tactile than a black/dampened Alps. White alps are quite a bit more tactile than blacks.
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