if you check paik’s thread on this in the tech talk forum, laugh describes the difference in detail. But basically, they are the exact same stick except the TaeYoung has MUCH harder rubber inside so it’s sorta analagous to p360 if the myoungw/e ones are analagous to supers. Apparantly the top korean tekken players all use Taeyoung
I just got my taeyoung today, it’s great, I’m loving it. It has a really short throw and it feel very precise and accurate. The rubber cushions the movements more. It doesn’t feel “difficult” to use either despite the tough spring. Using the p360 on the other hand took me a long time to get use to.
The myoungshin ones are also great. They are VERY loose and you can easily trigger the stick just by holding the base and swinging it back and forth and allowing the inertia of the battop to move the stick around. It’s much softer than even sanwas and seimitsus. This is pretty much impossible to do with the taeyoungs. The myoungshin I guess you could say provides a lot of freedom.
It’s kinda though to figure out which you’ll like better. just a really bad generalization here, but if you prefer japanese parts, go for the myoungshin and if you like american parts, go for taeyoung. Although, I’m actually fond of japanese parts myself but I’ll probably end up trying my taeyoung first once I build a case for it. It’s not a good idea to compare these to japanese/american parts beacuse they all use springs. The rubber really makes a difference.