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Are DZ Cues Any Good?


Are DZ Cues Any Good?

Has anyone here ever heard of a local cue maker named DZ Cues? I have two of them I just got, and not sure what to think of them yet. Anyone have any experience?

Are DZ Cues Any Good?

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  1. jeffdukeeasymoney on 12/4/2006 12:30:34 PM

    They are custom cues made by Bob Dzuricky. I have heard they were good.

  2. jeffduke219Dave on 12/21/2006 12:26:38 AM

    I've been to the DZ website, and his cues look great.

    @jeffduke, how do they play? I just posted a new thread saying I'm in the market for a SP cue in that price range, and I am considering DZ SP as well as Diveney and some others.

    What tip comes standard on DZ SP's?

    What are your thoughts?

  3. jeffdukeJSGGEMS on 1/6/2007 8:10:06 AM

    Well since @jeffduke did not reply, this Jeff will.

    I have never hit with a DZ so I can't say.

    What I recommend is a Diveney s/p cue with a G-10 pin. Why? Because I have shot with many cues and my playing cue use to be a Bender for a long time. I had heard so much about how good a Diveney feels and never shot with one so I ordered a custom from Pat. From the time I put it in my hand, that's all I have been playing with. The feel and balance of Pats cues are just remarkable. His prices are good and his customer service is second to none. If you get a chance, try and shoot with one.

    Don't get me wrong, Bender makes a great cue and I still love my Bender cues, but my Diveney with the G-10 pin is just awesome.

    I have 14 cues in my collection, from Schick cues to Prewitt cues to Capone cues to Cognoscenti cues. My Diveney cue just feels and plays the best out of them all.

  4. jeffdukeeasymoney on 2/23/2007 2:46:19 PM

    I have a Diviney and a Bender and there seems to be a world of difference in the way they hit. What do you think?

  5. jeffdukeJSGGEMS on 2/23/2007 9:43:59 PM

    Yes there is a big difference.

    My Diveney cue has a G-10 3/8"10 pin and Bender uses a 3/8"14 metal pin. I really like the way a G-10 pin feels in a cue, you can really feel the hit through the cue. I had Pat pick out 2 real nice old growth shafts and turned them down to 12.80mm with Ivory ferrules, it hits real solid, and I love it.

    I have another one coming from Pat also with old growth shafts and I'll have it in August.

    Does yours have a G-10 pin or a Radial?

    My favorite cue is my Diveney custom cue. Pat is up there with some of the best cue makers in terms of quality and playability.

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Are DZ Cues Any Good?

  • Title: Are DZ Cues Any Good?
  • Author: (Jeff Duke)
  • Published: 12/4/2006 10:43:05 AM