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Changing to a Mezz MSP Cue From A Players G-2290 Cue


Changing to a Mezz MSP Cue From A Players G-2290 Cue

I've recently gotten myself a 19 oz Mezz MSP cue with a WX700 Shaft and the default tip along with it. Up until now I have been using a 21 oz Players G-2290 with a med-soft furry kind of tip, I'm not 100% what brand of tip it is.

The change of pool cue weight and maybe the low deflection shaft has kind of messed up my game. After using the Mezz cue, I've noticed a significant drop in cue power when compared to my Players cue, I'm not able to draw the ball as far back I'm guessing that it has something to do with the weight. Also, compared to my players cue, the sound of contact with cue ball on my Mezz sounds really high pitch, kind of like using a hollow piece of wood to hit the ball and producing that kind of hit. Also, I'm not able to add right and left english effectively and control the amount of draw I apply.

So, all in all: 1. Should I change the tip of my Mezz to the same one as my Players cue?2. Would time and practice be able to get me used to the new cue?3. Is there any drills/routines that I can do to try to adjust back to normal?4. Is it mostly because of the change of weight of my cue that is messing up my current game?

Changing to a Mezz MSP Cue From A Players G-2290 Cue

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  1. kevinkkwbilliardsforum on 3/9/2016 1:31:59 PM

    Have you considered a lower weight in the handle?

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Changing to a Mezz MSP Cue From A Players G-2290 Cue

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  • Published: 3/4/2016 8:00:52 AM