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Advice for Buying Pool Cues, $60 or $450?

Advice for Buying Pool Cues, $60 or $450?

Some questions about buying a pool cue.

  • What is some good advice for buying a pool cue?
  • What is the difference between the $60 pool cue or a $250 cue? What about a $350 cue or a $450 dollar pool cue?
  • How do you know what's a good pool cue?
  • What features should I look for in a good cue.
  • What should I look out for when buying a pool cue?
  • What pool cue features should I make sure that I get?
  • Is there a book on the subject of buying pool cues? Or a video?

Let's talk about cues

Advice for Buying Pool Cues, $60 or $450?

Replies & Comments

  1. Kenzeeuser1495837553 on 5/26/2017 6:25:54 PM

    For a pool cue, at $60 you are pretty much throwing your money away on a shaft that is going to warp.

    You can get a decent Players cue with a low deflection shaft for around $150. $300 gets you into an American made cue built very well that will last a long time. I.E. McDermott, Viking, Joss etc.

    Anything over $300 and you are just paying for bling. The cue won't "play" better.

    Just my opinion.

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Advice for Buying Pool Cues, $60 or $450?

  • Title: Advice for Buying Pool Cues, $60 or $450?
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  • Published: 4/29/2017 1:51:30 AM
  • Last Updated: 5/1/2017 5:56:42 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)