I have pretty much settled on keeping 5 pens inked. Usually a Parker 51 (in this case loaded with Irishizoku Yama Budo) so I have one pen that writes every time on short notice.
And then a rotating cast drawn from the bowels of my pen drawer. Currently I own 4 colors of the same Parker 75 model and will keep those in use for quite a while.
Their nibs are pretty similar - American F, and French M x 3.
This is the equivalent of carrying a golf bag with three 6-irons. So I'd like to come up with a spread of nibs for different uses/moods/whims much like the way irons are spaced apart in a golf bag.
My standard nib is a Medium with a few Fines and Bolds sprinkled in. So I'd like your suggestions on how you might pick 4 different nibs for your everyday use given that you always write on the same paper (Leuchtterm 1917 notebooks) and that you tend to use Iroshizuku, Diamine, and Levenger inks pretty much in that order of frequency.
There are a wide variety of replacement nibs around for the Parker 75 so don't feel constrained by a "standard" set of choices.
Edited by Chouffleur, 13 August 2020 - 21:59.