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vivalaraza
03-04-2005, 10:25 AM
has anyone heard of a "GW" cue? they are made by dave pearson. they are fairly inexpensive and they look ok. i am not familiar with him or his cues. can anyone give any insight?

TheOne
03-04-2005, 10:50 AM
I knew Dave Pearson in the UK for a while and I met him again last year doing the speed pool show at the VNEA. He holds various world speed pool world records but I didn't know he had his own cues. Nice bloke though.

tom haney
03-04-2005, 11:35 AM
They are made by some guy from Texas named Bush and to own one
is to be politically correct.


QUOTE=vivalaraza]has anyone heard of a "GW" cue? they are made by dave pearson. they are fairly inexpensive and they look ok. i am not familiar with him or his cues. can anyone give any insight?[/QUOTE]

Jack Flanagan
03-04-2005, 11:56 AM
GW cues are part of the offerings from LUCASI, as is Lucasi, GW, Vintage, Players, Rage,,,are a bargain in their respective price ranges,,,there are eight cues in the GW collection, ranging from $99 to $199 retail, although some retailers embellish on the MSRP and ask for more, just to give you a "discount" back to the actual retail,,,beware,,,do your research before buying any production cue,,,there are people just waiting to 'rip' you off on the price !

MFB
03-04-2005, 12:39 PM
has anyone heard of a "GW" cue? they are made by dave pearson. they are fairly inexpensive and they look ok. i am not familiar with him or his cues. can anyone give any insight?


Never heard of the cues, but Dave Pearson, is known as the Ginger Wizard. Don't ask me what that means....

tom haney
03-04-2005, 12:49 PM
GW cues are part of the offerings from LUCASI, as is Lucasi, GW, Vintage, Players, Rage,,,are a bargain in their respective price ranges,,,there are eight cues in the GW collection, ranging from $99 to $199 retail, although some retailers embellish on the MSRP and ask for more, just to give you a "discount" back to the actual retail,,,beware,,,do your research before buying any production cue,,,there are people just waiting to 'rip' you off on the price !

As in Quest cues. MSRP-$899 or BUY IT NOW for $95.

TheOne
03-04-2005, 01:18 PM
Never heard of the cues, but Dave Pearson, is known as the Ginger Wizard. Don't ask me what that means....

that will be his ginger (or red) hair

Jack Flanagan
03-04-2005, 01:42 PM
As in Quest cues. MSRP-$899 or BUY IT NOW for $95.

once was $49 (quest) on eBay, but they charged $40 for shipping.....I bought and sold many quest cues, all straight as an arrow, but the tips were some of the worst I ever encountered,,,quick tip change (triangle) and they shot super good....early versions had 'uni-loc' clone joints,,,$89 bucks for a butt and two shafts,,,sometimes, you get more than you paid for,,,:D