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    Default Cue advice for relative beginner

    Hi everyone,

    A newbie to the forum here and probably about to ask a question that gets asked a lot!

    Snooker has been a part of my life more or less forever as my dad was a good player. However, Iíve only ever played casually, for fun with friends, and have never been an

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    Stu at greenbaize.com sells thai cues which are great value for money. For the price of that powerglide you could buy a handspliced Mastercue from him

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    We could do with a sticky including the locations of Shops where cues can be tried, and makers inc whether they can be tried etc?

    If you

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    Thanks both.

    Being somewhat ignorant on these matters...

    What makes the mastercue better than the powerglide?


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    If you don't mind a drive from West Kent to Worthing W. Sussex BN147JL. You can come and try out cues in complete privacy. Check out -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --

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    Thanks Andrew Really appr

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    Canary Yellow - my vote would be to call and arrange to pop over to Frank's mecca-of-snooker.
    Give yourself plenty of time though as there is s

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    There are companies that mass produce cues, and there are cue makers who understand wood and how to make a quality cue. Stick to a cue maker if possib

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