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True Sneaky Pete Cue Under $150

True Sneaky Pete Cue Under $150

I am looking for a true sneaky pete pool cue. That is, a cue with no collar, no fancy designs, just a simple sneaky pete.

I want it to look as much like a bar cue as possible.

Anyone have any suggestions? I'm not really sure where to start nor which sneaky pete cues are better than others.

I also don't want to spend more than $150.

Any ideas?

True Sneaky Pete Cue Under $150

Replies & Comments

  1. mszelisdjkx1 on 3/25/2007 9:14:42 PM

    For that price I think you should just look at a production cue, or look around for a good deal on a used custom cue. What do you currently use?

    Here is one I like under your price limit. The Hustler Professional Two Piece Bar Cue.


  2. mszelismszelis on 3/25/2007 9:25:46 PM

    I don't mind getting a production cue, I just want to make sure that its not going to fall apart on me. Have you ever played with one of these cues?

  3. mszelisdjkx1 on 3/25/2007 9:42:23 PM

    No, I haven't played with these cues, but I know Muellers has an excellent reputation as a retailer.

    Everyone I know that has dealt with them has has positive comments and they have been around for a long time. Maybe contact them and see if they offer any warranties on their products.

  4. mszelisshark3149 on 3/25/2007 9:52:29 PM

    I had one of the cues from Mueller's and it was a good cue. As long as you spend the money on the higher priced one that is.

    I would also talk to Brent of BHQ (he is a member here - BHQ) and might be able to hook you up. I have heard nothing but good things about his cues and I am going to be getting one from him soon.

  5. mszelisdjkx1 on 3/25/2007 9:57:05 PM

    I agree with @shark3149. I have two BHQ custom cues and I love them. I know he is busy so I didn't mention it before, but if he has one lying around or something, you couldn't go wrong with that idea. PM him and ask. He is a super guy to deal with.

    Here is my BEM/Bocote cue from BHQ:

  6. mszelisshark3149 on 3/25/2007 10:22:54 PM

    I love the looks of his cues. I can not think of a nicer person to talk to. He is one of the nicest guys I have ever talked to. I can't wait to meet him in person as I don't live to far from him.

  7. mszelisdjkx1 on 3/25/2007 10:27:26 PM

    His cues play great, his finish is excellent, and I agree 100% that he is a great guy to deal with.

    If I didn't live 20 some hours away I would have stopped by to visit a long time ago.

  8. mszelisBHQ on 3/26/2007 12:02:41 AM

    OK, I'm blushing, you guys are too kind and that made my day.

    I have a damn nice Dufferin conversion in the works, but it is far from a sneaky. The cue has some nice slot ring work. It is the first cue of mine to contain rings that I made myself. They are made from brown phenolic and american holly.

    I do make sneaky pete cues, but it depends on what you call a true sneaky. Everyone has their own idea it seems. If your idea of a sneaky pete cue is a a house cue cut in half with no joint collars or any additional rings, etc., then sure, I can.

    Do you have a house cue you want to convert? Email me at stix4sale@aol.com if you want to chat more about it.

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True Sneaky Pete Cue Under $150

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  • Published: 3/25/2007 8:44:06 PM