Cues purchased can be customized prior to shipping here in my cue shop many different ways. We offer a large selection of tips, Irish linen wraps, leather wraps, genuine exotic wraps like lizard and elephant ear, specific ferrule materials, custom shaft tapering as well as custom weighting and balancing to fine adjustments if possible... If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to call me or text works very well.
For sale are 3 Searing UniLoc shafts with ringwork that came from a cue that Dennis refinished and changed the pin in as well as made new shafts for it. These shafts are used but not beat up and might make a great pairing with any UniLoc cue out there!
For sale is a beautiful cue that is a very unique one time design by Barry Szamboti called "Diamonds & Lines", it was made for a prominent pool hall owner in PA. This cue has it all, lots of ivory inlays, ivory joint and was refinished by Barry and never played with since, a TRULY HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE SZAMBOTI!
This is a VERY special and VERY EARLY Gus Szamboti... Not only is it one of the UBER rare Wico veneer forearms but it is the only known Gus Wico with inlays as well AND "This is one of the first 4 prong cues that Dad made" per the LOA...
This cue is spoken for at this time...
Here is a one of a kind beauty by Paul Drexler of PFD studios in Connecticut. This cue is COMPLETELY loaded and has 580 total inlays of ivory & fine silver as well as pink ivory wood!
Joe was born and raised to be a cuemaker. He began working on cues with his father, Jerry, and completed his first "solo" cue at the age of 12. His career has been in partnership with Jerry helping to build the J. Pechauer Custom Cue reputation for impeccable quality. As the Pechauer name continued to gain popularity as a great value for serious pool players, Joe felt an urge to show his skills by creating unique, one of a kind cues with intricate detail and exotic materials not normally seen in a Pechauer cue. Each cue is comprised of materials such as superior Birds-eye Maple, Ebony or other exotic woods to which hundreds of inlays are added. The inlays are made of genuine pre-ban Elephant Ivory, Sterling Silver, Malachite, Turquoise, Mother of Pearl, Abalone, Amboyna Burl, Snakewood, Holly and Pink Ivory. The finishing touch is added using exotic wraps of African Crocodile, Alligator, Ostrich, Lizard, Llama, or Exotic wood. As each cue nears completion, Joe authenticates it with his Joseph Pechauer signature and numbers it 1 of 1. Joe makes no more than twelve of these collector pieces per year. -Pechauer website
McWorter Custom Cues, are arguably one of the finest of the more modern designed one off makers in recent times and when you really look at the level of detail in his cues you will realize why very quickly. His work is impeccable and very limited currently and they are very sought after due to his body of work in cues as well as a musician. This particular cue was #7 of the 20 cues he made in an anniversary series he made to commemorate 20 years making cues, each cue had a different design of those 20.
McWorter Custom Cues, are arguably one of the finest of the more modern designed one off makers in recent times and when you really look at the level of detail in his cues you will realize why very quickly. His work is impeccable and very limited currently and they are very sought after due to his body of work in cues as well as a musician.
They really do not get much better than this one! A beautifully designed high contrast ebony, ivory & fine silver tuxedo cue by Mike Bender of Dunham, Alaska! This cue is absolutely mint condition and would be an awesome cue for any collection...
This VERY hard to find Ed Young cue was owned & used by Chicago player Chris Gentile in the 2011 US Open One Pocket event where he went undefeated to the finals where he played and lost only one match in the finals to the great Efren Reyes... Ed Young makes very few cues and has a very long wait to get a cue if you can even get on his list. His influences in cuemaking are some of the finest like Craig Petersen, Burton Spain as well as David Kersenbrock...
For sale is one of the "BIGGEST" Tascarella Custom Cues I have ever seen, when I say big I mean long, the cue is up to 62" long and only a hair over 19.5 ounces! The cue is balanced perfectly and it hits like a Tascarella (like a hammer)... Pete Tascarella made this long of a cue the right way in my opinion, he added an extra inch in the forearm, the handle as well as the butt sleeve and it looks and feels great for such a long cue, it actually feels very nimble for its size...
Here are two simple yet timeless beauties that are not only highly collectible but cross collectible as well as they were made by two different cuemakers. These are a couple of Tim Scrugg's final turned forearms that he gave to Cory Barnhart to finish with a hint of both of their styles!
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For sale is a very nice early JossWest by Bill Stroud that has been refinished, rewrapped and two new shafts all by Pete Tascarella and not played since... The Birdseye in the forearm is as about as good as it can get and the cue plays wonderful with the new shafts...
I spoke with Dennis Searing about this cue and he stated "that is one of my absolute earliest cues" so circa 1990 and it plays like a dream and is in excellent condition...
It does not get much more classic than this later made cue from the late and great Tim Scruggs out of Baltimore, Maryland! These cues are a perfect example of what a traditional styled pool cue should look like...
Here is a beautiful Omen Custom Cue made in Florida! The butt was just refinished by Pete Oman and the shafts are brand new! This is basically a brand new cue for the price of a used one...
Dan DiCola, is originally a gunsmith that turned into a cue maker. Dan is skilled at developing fine exotic billiard cues. Currently, a rather young cue maker, but showing outstanding abilities in the complete process of developing precision built equipment. I am very impressed with his work and how well the cues play...
Maker of pool cues from 1989 to present in Daytona Beach, Florida. Harry Richards´ cuemaking experience started in Tampa, Florida, in the late 1980s. He was trying to find someone who knew how to put a tip on a cue and do it properly. It was there that he met Wayne Gunn, who had made cues and had the know-how for doing a good job. Harry decided that cuemaking would be something he might enjoy. Wayne took him under his wing and began the slow process of learning how to work on pool cues. In 1989 Harry made his first sneaky pete, a great playing cue. He made sneaky petes, break jump cues, and merry widows for two years, learning, experimenting, and trying to find the secret ingredient that makes for an excellent playing cue. Every time he put a cue together, Harry was looking for something that could be done to make it even better than what it was. During this same time, Harry started doing cue work at pool tournaments around Florida. This was a valuable experience for him, learning what needed to be done to make a cue play better. In about 1994, Harry met another cuemaker, Dennis Searing, from Ft Lauderdale. He had been making cues for quite some time. They became friends and swapped trade secrets. In 1999, Harry went to work for Dennis and gained an immense amount of education, for which Harry is thankful. Harry unfortunately passed away in March of 2016...
Another very cool old Joss cue that was made when Dan Janes and Bill Stroud were still making cues together in Baltimore! These cues were some of the best players of that time and they have their timeless classic looks just like a 1970's muscle car!
Pete Tonkin makes a very nice cue and this is one of the few entry level cues that he will make these days. This would be great for someone wanting to try out one of his cues without investing relatively much...
I bought this cue on a whim as I have done a few deals IIRC with the maker a few times and figured he would make a great cue if he started and he does. This is a lot of cue for the money and it is well polished, the work is accurate and the materials are second to none... Gerry Pepin, of Prevail Handcrafted Cues in Alberta, Canada...
A simple yet elegant nice playing cue from Paul Dayton of Florida!
1- BRAND NEW Yellow Heart Merry Widow $375
Butt is 29" & 14.92oz
Shaft is 29" & 3.75oz
Ferrule is LBM & 13mm
2- BRAND NEW Bloodwood 8 Pointer $399
Butt is 29" & 15.82oz
Shaft is 29" & 3.93oz
Ferrule is LBM & 13mm
3- BRAND NEW Cocobolo 8 Pointer $399
Butt is 29" & 15.14oz
Shaft is 29" & 4.23oz
Ferrule is LBM & 13mm
4- BRAND NEW Cocobolo SW Style $499
Butt is 29" & 15.26oz
Shaft is 29" & 4.12oz
Ferrule is LBM & 13mm