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    if your budget is 250-450 range, you can get a red plate cue from Robert Osborne

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    Yeah I was thinking to check out john parris' shop
    Would he have a lot of cues in stock to check out?

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    With regards to a Robert Osborne red plate cue how would that compare to a adr14

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    For those who have dealt with Andy can you give some reviews on his cues, his communication has been nice and prompt

    At the moment he sa

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    Parris would usually have some Parris collection 3/4 cues within budget, 1 pc would typically be out of your budget. if you're after 1 piece -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --

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    Back to your original questions, pretty cues don't mean better quality or feel; in fact most would say simple ebony or rosewood butts are the best. 1

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    Thanks guys for all help

    Anish - with regards to the splicing I understand that it doesn't add to the playability of the cue but was wond

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