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    Default Why the Resurgence in 1 piece Cues?

    Seems a lot of the top 32 these days are now using 1 piece cues instead of the 3/4 that was very popular during the late 90's up until around the mid 2000's. 3/4 was popular mainly for portability and preferred over a traditional centre split as the shaft didn't have a brass joint in your eyeline (

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    Could it be something to do with airline rules on carrying on the cue which was previously allowed, but now all cues need to be checked in...therefore

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    At pro level it must be about the feel. At amateur level, people copy the pros, plus people tend to have bigger cars nowadays, so no issue with travel

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    Ronnie's got one, simple as that.

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    My 3/4 Maximus was good - but I had the itch to try a one piece a while back. It took a while for me to get use to the "feel" of a 1pc...bu

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    Some cue makers like MW say they are better. Something about the feel/feedback. Tbh, I've used lots of cues, 2 piece, 1 piece and 3/4, with brass and

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    MW had made me a two piece pool cue and the joint is so good I can hardly see it. I can't feel any difference in the way it plays from my 3/4 which is

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    A friend has a one piece all ash cue, no butt splices at all; and I must say it plays differently from a butt-spliced cue - on the positive side
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