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  • great price, best ive seen

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    • https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Stunning-...oAAOSwnwpclRKV

      You'd think that being a 60" cue it would have a lower price point due to needing modified for 99% of players, but as its Trumps old design the price goes in the opposite direction.

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      • Originally posted by narl View Post
        https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Stunning-...oAAOSwnwpclRKV

        You'd think that being a 60" cue it would have a lower price point due to needing modified for 99% of players, but as its Trumps old design the price goes in the opposite direction.
        This cue was originally made for me as a JP Traditional, sold it to a mate who extended from 57 to 60 with the Judd style splicing. Found it to stiff, and I think that though he extended, it was still too stiff. In the end he had to let it go
        Last edited by FMeister; 22nd March 2019, 10:45 PM.

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        • https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JOE-DAVIS...kAAOSw78xcg6Nz

          This guys optimistic.

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          • Originally posted by narl View Post
            Just a bit!
            https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/adr147

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            • Originally posted by narl View Post
              That's tinymicra with a new name

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              • Originally posted by jrc750 View Post
                That's tinymicra with a new name
                Ah, he's still flogging the cue with parris superior splicing i see. Another ebay mainstay like the paragon and the robin cook maple.

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                • Originally posted by narl View Post
                  Ah, he's still flogging the cue with parris superior splicing i see.
                  Just to push him in the right direction with his valuation I offered him £30 quid for that cue one night not long ago. Cancelled it the next morning as I had a bad dream he accepted it

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                  • https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/John-Parr...b6c7%7Ciid%3A1

                    Yesterday this was listed for £875, now it's up at £1450.

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                    • Originally posted by narl View Post
                      https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/John-Parr...b6c7%7Ciid%3A1

                      Yesterday this was listed for £875, now it's up at £1450.
                      lmao - hopeful.
                      https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/adr147

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                      • I was supposed to meet with him to examine the cue this evening....but then he cancelled on me and up'ed the ante on ebay. I wonder whats that all about. May have sold it outside of ebay policy, increased the price so no-one will buy, and removing the listing from ebay in a few weeks time to deter any suspicion. (The things I come up with) Lol

                        Originally posted by narl View Post
                        https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/John-Parr...b6c7%7Ciid%3A1

                        Yesterday this was listed for £875, now it's up at £1450.

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                        • Well it's the so called "Ronnie" design (despite the fact this design dates from the late 1800's) so it's bound to sell.

                          I'd love to ask JP out of the Cues he has in production how many are using that Burwat Champion design, i'd be willing to bet it's more than half easily.

                          Seems to be the 1 piece Cues are flying out the door literally as soon as they are finished, and the 3/4 Cues are slower to move.

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                          • Actually it's not the "ronnie' design....I think the facing place is different - it's Honduras Rosewood.

                            JP has stated in one of his earlier videos that the Ronnie design is the most popular so I think you're right!

                            Originally posted by narl View Post
                            Well it's the so called "Ronnie" design (despite the fact this design dates from the late 1800's) so it's bound to sell.

                            I'd love to ask JP out of the Cues he has in production how many are using that Burwat Champion design, i'd be willing to bet it's more than half easily.

                            Seems to be the 1 piece Cues are flying out the door literally as soon as they are finished, and the 3/4 Cues are slower to move.

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                            • Originally posted by FMeister View Post
                              Actually it's not the "ronnie' design....I think the facing place is different - it's Honduras Rosewood.

                              JP has stated in one of his earlier videos that the Ronnie design is the most popular so I think you're right!
                              Same design different face splice, they all originate from the burwat champion regardless which had several different types of face splices and butt woods.

                              Personally i find it odd so many are selling in that design when there's a ton of alternatives to be had.

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                              • Yes, but with the added cost. So keeping it simple, less cost....and it is similar to the worlds greatest (questionably) player

                                Originally posted by narl View Post
                                Same design different face splice, they all originate from the burwat champion regardless which had several different types of face splices and butt woods.

                                Personally i find it odd so many are selling in that design when there's a ton of alternatives to be had.

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