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    Default Advice on getting a one piece cue

    I have been using a 3/4 Maximus Premium cue (58.5" 9.5mm, balances 17.5 or 18 cant remember) for about a year now and am considering getting a one piece. Ideally I would like to get a JP but don't want to waste my money and time waiting.

    I have played a bit with a friend's JP

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    Don't change your cue if happy with it.

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    The above answer .

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    What do you mean by dense, is this just another way of saying stiff ?

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    Stay with the cue you have, a one piece is no better or worse than a split 3/4. But if you want something dense/stiff then I have a one piece beech th

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    Simple and most honest answer is don't change your cue. If you love the feel of your cue then your search is over - be content.

    You can b

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