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    Default Looking for new cue ***help***

    Hi

    I have been playing snooker for about 18months now and started off with a Riley cue. It has a lacquered finish that u want to move away from as it tends to not run smoothly through the bridge all the time.

    I was looking a John Parris cues and the traditional one as

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    I have the same beard issue. Get a maple

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    Greenbaiize have a good selection, could get a maximus cue with traditional design for inside your budget.

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    If you like your Riley cue - just get some 0000 grade Steel wool and take off the lacquer along the shaft - you can do the whole cue

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