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    Default Help narrowing it down please

    I am searching for a good cue to get me going again after 20 years off, and in a previous thread, you guys were very helpful.
    I have narrowed it down two 2 cues.
    My original brief was an English cue, 3/4 split 9.5 - 10mm tip. As a craftsman, I appreciate good workmanship and don't suffer

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    Well firstly those cues have quite a difference in specs:
    58" 9.5mm 29.5mm 19.oz 3/4 split
    57/10/17oz Wenge.1 piece
    57/9.2/

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    I agree with JRC on the specs and you should choose based around this but if you havent played for 20 yeara you will likely just get used to whatever

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    if you are a good player then j6 is a no brainer, if it dont hit well its going in the bin lol,

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    Thanks for the advice chaps.
    As you say Jaffa, let's just crack on and play!

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