View Full Version : If you could keep just one.

05-13-2007, 11:59 AM
If you own many cues, cases, and accessories and had to clean house down to one case and it contents what would you keep because you love it, can not live with out it, or it just works to well to give up?

What case would would you keep, case configuration, with what cues is and accessories in it.?

05-13-2007, 05:21 PM
Just as an extreme bare minimum for playing:

Playing cue with 2 shafts
Break Cue
Jump Cue
2x4 Case with good size pockets
+ whatever accessories (towels, hand powder, tip tools, etc.) you feel you need

Of course if you're a collector, you'd probably want to hold onto all those Szamboti's you've got locked away too. :D

05-14-2007, 04:53 AM
I think even most of the big collectors have one case with a player and a break cue in it that are not for sale, unless someone offers some rediculous amount of money. I know I can shoot pretty good with anything that doesn't hit as hard as steel and has a nice wood-to-wood joint, so my Dominiak and X-Breaker would be it. The ultimate tip-tool and a burnisher would be a plus.

gr. Dave

05-14-2007, 07:13 PM
I would love to have a Jack Justis Pro Lite 3 x 6 with (2) Hi Dollar Custom Cues, Custom Break Cue, & Jump Butt & Shaft, and about $100.00-200.00 to spend on accessories to fill my case.

05-14-2007, 08:12 PM
well everything I have is for sale for the right price..

probably take a good amount to get my sugartree...or me being broke enough

05-15-2007, 03:38 AM
I'll always keep my "It's George" 2x4 in grey eel skin w/ double pockets. My player now is a Schon that plays 90% of the best cue I ever owned....a plain Rosewood Black Boar.

I could do without some of the junk in my case, but I always need a tip pick, burnisher, a clean rag, and some plain white paper to slick the shaft.


05-15-2007, 03:59 AM
Justis 3x6 case on the right...
Schon with 4 shafts 2x30" 2x29"...
Carter break cue...
Whole bunch of crap in the pockets, only a few items of which I actually use....