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04-28-2002, 07:25 PM
Hey. I remember when I was shopping for my second cue, I came across a 2-piece
cue made by a respectable name. It was at a low price for one reason only. It
basically looked like a house cue without the points. It wasn't a sneaky pete
or hustler cue, it was just like a blank design, possibly a model for cue
designers. Supposedly, it played great like any of the other cues that company
made, just no design. I believe I saw it on vque.com but i cant find it. Does
anyone know where I can find this? By the time you all read this, I probably
will have found it, so I will ask another question. Are those types of cues as
good buys? keeping in mind the decor is not important. Thanks
-Ben

Chris Cass
04-28-2002, 10:26 PM
Hi Ben,

A cue is only worth the price, you can get someone to pay for it. The true value of the cue, is what it feels like in your hands.

Nothing more and nothing less,

C.C.~~good see ya again Ben.

BLACKHEART
04-28-2002, 10:31 PM
I think the Q style you are talking about, is called a "MERRY WIDOW"...JER