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  1. Snooker Theory
    03-19-2020 06:56 AM
    Snooker Theory
    Not sure if I said thank you for answering my question, but, a deep thank you, saved me from buying something dumb.
  2. Snooker Theory
    02-24-2020 03:41 PM
    Snooker Theory
    I lived down in southern NM, got to try a couple of your titlest conversions, this was maybe 9 months ago or so. Don't remember the gentleman's name, but I saw the cue, commented on how much I liked it and asked who made it, he let me hit a few and had another in his case. Thought the work truly stellar. Only thing I didn't like was the hit, a little firm/stiff for my liking, sorta like a southwest. I'm more a meucci taper kinda guy(LOL, don't judge me). So, that is why you might see me from time to time recommending your work.
  3. Snooker Theory
    02-24-2020 08:15 AM
    Snooker Theory
    David, after getting a chance to play with a couple of your cues, without a doubt, you have earned any kinds words that come your way, with the beautiful cues you turn out, that are well made at an excellent price point.

    I'v been trying to get away from playing with the heavy cue(25oz) at the recommendation of an instructor, which is the only reason I haven't pulled the trigger on having you build one for me. Still feels like I am playing with a feather at this point, when using a 20oz.
  4. Nine ... corner
    05-08-2019 11:07 AM
    Nine ... corner
    Thanks for the green … appreciated.
  5. CuesDirectly
    12-25-2016 07:57 AM
    CuesDirectly
    Here is a video of one of my Lathes to show the accuracy that your Pool Cue will be made with. More videos at later dates, Thanks.
    https://youtu.be/VBThrRTxDO8


    Indicating a dedicated Pool Cue Lathe. CuesDirectly - David Brainard.
  6. CuesDirectly
    12-25-2016 07:56 AM
    CuesDirectly
    Randy won stop 3 on the NorCal 10 Ball Tour with one of my cues. Randy owns the Pool Hall in Santa Cruz, if you're ever nearby stop in and say hi. There is a great amount of talent there.
    Here is a link to that one
    https://youtu.be/PZXKQr4QX-A
    Thanks, Dave.
  7. CuesDirectly
    12-25-2016 07:54 AM
    CuesDirectly
    Last month I get a call from Florida, he orders a cue.
    Today he texts me to explain how he heard of me, my jaw dropped and then a big smile came over me.
    Here is a youtube link
    https://youtu.be/lPt-P0xWODw
    and the plug given me by the announcer who plays with one of my cues, as does many of his Friends.
    This game was between John Schmidt and Alex Pagulayan.
    At the 1:38 (1 hour 38 minutes) point, what a plug, Thanks Kenny. I am sure that many people in California know Kenny. He called me when they played this one and I never knew it was on youtube until today.
  8. CuesDirectly
    12-25-2016 07:22 AM
    CuesDirectly
    Here at CuesDirectly, I custom make Pool Cues full time for a living. I do 100% of production myself, I am a one Man shop.

    My beliefs in business are simple.

    1) You can buy a Cue that I have in stock or I can make one to your specifications, same price. Right now my prices are between $250-$700.

    2) I never accept deposits up front. Pay when the Cue is done and ready to ship.

    3) Full refunds for any reason buyer has, up to two weeks after receiving it, even if it's chalked and played. I will continue this policy until it gives me problems, it's worked great for a few years now.

    4) My Cues run true and straight. My machinery is solid, see the video I did on my lathe accuracy.

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