Thinng ouit a large collection of cues. Here are 8 of them. 7 x Meucci, 1 x 1970's Adams. Only ship in the USA. Any interest, please post here, or send me an email
- drmiller on 12/6/2011 7:18:38 AM
Do you have any 18 oz Meucci's?
I had one back in the day which I loved, but it's condition became pretty poor after living in a college house for several years.
- coastal_tony on 12/6/2011 7:54:26 AM
Yes I have several Meuccis that are 18 oz. Tell me how much money you have to spend on a Meucci, and I will show you which Meuccis are in that price range.
- drmiller on 12/6/2011 8:22:13 AM
To be completely honest I'm not sure how much they go for, especially used. I haven't bought a cue since 2004 and haven't done much research yet.. I just know I loved how mine played.
I'd probably start with the lower end ones since I'm in the process of buying a table as well, however, I'd love to see what you have.
Playability is priority 1, then aesthetics.
- coastal_tony on 12/6/2011 9:56:48 AM
Do you remember if your old Meucci shaft had any color coded dots on it. Earrly Meucci shafts had no dot at all.In the early 90's, they had a red-dot, from 1995 to the present, the dot is black and looks like a bulls-eye. I have all of them.
- drmiller on 12/6/2011 11:00:38 AM
Yes, mine has no dots. It was a relatively plain design.
The reason I stopped using it is that one of my roommates took it to a bar to play and the next time I went to use it, the rubber bumper on the bottom was missing!
Since then it's been sitting in a case at my parent's house, so I don't know if the shaft is still true. I plan to pick it up when I'm back for Xmas.
I actually had a McDermott cue as well, but I broke the shaft. Not sure what I did with the cue. Regardless, I seemed to like the feel of the Meucci better. It seemed to have a bit more flex (although the McDermott was a lower end model so maybe this is why. It was great for english, though).
- coastal_tony on 12/6/2011 2:18:35 PM
I looked through my Meuccis and the least expensive cue with a no-dot shaft is a 4-point purple Pro Billiards Tour cue. This has real nice purple veneers. They made this series for the tour to give as prises so Meucci did a good job on them. $250.00
- drmiller on 12/6/2011 2:36:24 PM
Is there a big difference in playability between the no dot, red dot, and black dot shafts ( I actually thought the black dot shafts were superior)?
If not, I'd prefer not to limit my options to just the no-dot shafts.
I'm not a huge purple fan, so if you do have others in the red and black dots (at the lower price points) I'd love to see them.
If it's easier, you can send them all directly to my email, MillerREconsulting@gmail.com
I appreciate it. Thanks Tony.
- drmiller on 12/6/2011 2:39:14 PM
to clarify my post above, in ~ 18oz trim. Thanks.
- coastal_tony on 12/6/2011 3:48:20 PM
Thanks the email addy is easier to send pix.
- coastal_tony on 12/7/2011 9:43:49 AM
The grey stained no-pointer, 2nd from left is the least expensive Meucci I have. It's 17.8 oz, 12.85 mm. Has a few small dings here and there, but straight as an arrow. This cue is $225.00. The HOF-2 on the left does not have an HOF-2 shaft, but I have a spare NEW black-dot shaft from a 97-21 for it. $275.00.The four cues on the right are all new. Post or email me for more information
- drmiller on 12/7/2011 9:58:40 AM
Is that red one in the middle a BMC? How much would that one go for? Thanks.
- coastal_tony on 12/7/2011 10:40:26 AM
The red cue 3rd from the left is a new BMC. There are two available. $480.00 each, plus shipping. The HOF-2, and the grey stained cues are both used, with normal signs of usage. The HOF-2 has the name Shirlene on it, and the shaft is new, from a 97-21. Thanks for asking your questions. If anyone else is looking for a used pool cue, please send an email, or post your questions here. I have a few McDermotts, Predators, Schons, Vikings, Adams, Dale Perrys, and others.
- coastal_tony on 12/9/2011 9:53:21 PM
One of the BMC red cues have been sold and shipped in Florida. Will get it for Christmas. Thanks for the quick payment. Larry. I hope your wife loves this cue.
- JL on 12/23/2011 4:25:05 AM
Wow 18 Meucci ! Nice cues. Have lucky in your sale!
- osage24 on 3/13/2012 8:16:02 AM
can you email pict of the Jimmy Rempe JR5 you have pictured.
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
and the price you want,