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    Default ash vs maple for snooker cue

    i'm looking for a snooker cue now, and anybody can tell me what's the differences between ash and maple? interms of shooting touch, maintenance and longevity

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    it's real helpful..thanks, and i think that i probabily will go with ash then..

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    OK, But Maple is a very good wood, Stephen Hendry always uses maple remember! He is 7 times world champion! -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --

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    According to a wood specialist from Hayden, Colorado -- he says that ash is more flexible than maple, (although maple is slightly harder). Hence, ash

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    which type of ash is stiffer?

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    I think both woods made quality cues. It's just the matter of personal choice.
    I personally like ash as my shaft, like the chevrons and natura

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    Default A new Cue.

    Quite a few people i know have brought handmade cues, from various cue makers. The reason i have never done this is because i have never ever been tha

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