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What to Ask For in a New Custom Pool Cue?


What to Ask For in a New Custom Pool Cue?

If you were having a custom cue made for "future investment" and for maximum "playability", what would be your top 5 priorities to incorporate into that cue?

Here are my 5 uneducated guesses.

  • Name of the cue maker
  • Type of inlays (e.g. ivory, etc.)
  • Number of inlays
  • Type of wrap, if any
  • Type and number of rings, if any

What to Ask For in a New Custom Pool Cue?

Replies & Comments

  1. jgpoolJSGGEMS on 12/30/2006 10:20:28 AM

    Here are my custom pool cue specs:

    • Solid Ivory joint
    • G-10 pin for feel
    • Mitered points
    • nice set of rings in all positions
    • Weight 19.25oz.
    • Balance 19" to 19 1/2" from butt

    I recently commissioned Pat Diveney to design me an ebony 3-section wrap-less cue with exactly these specs.

    I hope it will be ready for me in August. If you have never hit with a Diveney your missing out. Try one if you can. You'll love it.

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What to Ask For in a New Custom Pool Cue?

  • Title: What to Ask For in a New Custom Pool Cue?
  • Author: (Joe Giammarino)
  • Published: 12/30/2006 9:30:44 AM