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  • How much please Jason for the plain ebony butt cue ?

    thanks.
    Not played for 3 years and itching for a game....11-3-2017.

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    • Originally posted by warren132 View Post
      How much please Jason for the plain ebony butt cue ?

      thanks.

      thats gong up to 57.75 with x4 ebony splices. and a few possible reserves.

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      • Originally posted by Ninja.cues View Post
        It's an easy and cheap fix that just works.

        Keep up the good work and need to get my thread up and running again...
        Can't let you get all the praise
        In true Ninja fashion, the thread must be creeping up on us soon mate!
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        • Now don't go letting it all the secrets...
          For that one you've always wanted...
          https://www.facebook.com/ninjacues/

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          • when the bushes are twitching we know your up to something

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            • will have this pool spec cue on the table tomorrow







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              • Originally posted by j6uk View Post
                cue review



                https://youtu.be/wY8Lgpsz7zM


                ebony & maple with 23" butterfly spice; 58.5/9.5/29.25/18bp/18oz








                Hi Guys,
                just a quick review of this one

                I was lucky enough to snatch this one up,
                And I must say it's faultless, splice work top notch and as smooth and straight as can be.
                I has a very solid lively hit, the taper is like a slight bottle, from the butt it's quite stiff the till lets say 10/15" than gets a bit more medium.
                Jason made it this way to get te best out of the woods used, I think he's one of very few who approaches cue making like this.

                The only other thing I can say, it makes me want to play more than I'm able to at the moment

                So if you are looking for a truly handmade cue, give Jason a PM
                he's more than helpfull and will give 110% to make you something special.

                thanks
                mate

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                • Originally posted by j6uk View Post
                  will have this pool spec cue on the table tomorrow







                  Looks great. What do you use to fill the grain?

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                  • Originally posted by bobmikeking View Post
                    Looks great. What do you use to fill the grain?
                    my own concoction based on fine ebony wood dust

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                    • Similar sort of thing to Andy Hunter or different?

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                      • not sure about hunters practice as we all have our own ways of doing things

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                        • this is what he does
                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQ0Zrz-f_tA

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                          • Originally posted by bobmikeking View Post



                            for me it depends on the ash but yeah similar ebony use and natural finish.. and i dont turn my shafts/cues on a lathe or chuck.

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                            • Sorry, yeah that was all I was asking if the ebony use was similar not your entire process.
                              Thanks for the information

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                              • cue review


                                two tone bubinga purple heart and ash.
                                56.75/9/28.5/17bp/14.7oz


                                https://youtu.be/S5XMJ2k9Lyc



                                Originally posted by j6uk View Post


                                Last edited by j6uk; 2nd February 2018, 12:03 PM.

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