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09-19-2019, 07:32 AM

I had a chance to take a couple of shots with a friends Cynergy the other day.
This thing really can spin the rock effortlessly. I can't compare it to any other CF shaft as I haven't tried any others. He sold his revo and likes this one better. He said he could not get used to the black ferrule or the taper.
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I had a chance to take a couple of shots with a friends Cynergy the other day.
This thing really can spin the rock effortlessly. I can't compare it to any other CF shaft as I haven't tried any others. He sold his revo and likes this one better. He said he could not get used to the black ferrule or the taper.
I'm hoping to try a few of the other brands and buy one when the prices drop.
Just got one and I LIKE IT!

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10-02-2019, 06:04 AM

Mine should be delivered tomorrow...


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10-02-2019, 06:20 AM

Correction...delivered locally to post office...should be in my hands after work today!


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10-09-2019, 08:14 AM

Since it's arrival last week, I have played about 3-5 hours everyday with it. I simply can't put it down. Now, the Sniper tip is well broken in and plays pretty damn good. Was going to change to a milk dud, but I'll put that off. I play it with a Molinari glove, which works great, but I can play equally smooth/well bare-handed (I don't sweat much at all in my hands, and humidity isn't bad at the moment).

This is definitely NOT a fad...CF shafts are definitely an improvement, especially in consistency of hit. And the Cynergy hits great.


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Since it's arrival last week, I have played about 3-5 hours everyday with it. I simply can't put it down. Now, the Sniper tip is well broken in and plays pretty damn good. Was going to change to a milk dud, but I'll put that off. I play it with a Molinari glove, which works great, but I can play equally smooth/well bare-handed (I don't sweat much at all in my hands, and humidity isn't bad at the moment).

This is definitely NOT a fad...CF shafts are definitely an improvement, especially in consistency of hit. And the Cynergy hits great.
Do you play with it on your Gulyassy butt.

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Do you play with it on your Gulyassy butt.

I have a Gulyassy PHX butt and shaft, also.
No, I got it in 5/16 x 14, since I have so many butts with that joint...I currently use it on my Schon STL 17, it hits awesome.


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10-10-2019, 11:32 AM

Anyone have this shaft in a 3/8-10 joint, or is it even offered in that joint? If so, I would be interested in hearing your thoughts.
Thanks to all.
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Anyone have this shaft in a 3/8-10 joint, or is it even offered in that joint? If so, I would be interested in hearing your thoughts.
Thanks to all.
Joe P
It looks like it's in stock at Seyberts right now for a good price. Out of c.f. shafts it's a good one for this $$. One of my students plays with it in unilock joint and being curious I've tried it too. If you like pretty long straight pro-taper you might like it. It's pretty comfortable with either open or closed bridge allowing to have a good and consistent follow through.
Here are some videos I've made testing this shaft myself and together with my students who are differ when it comes to their age and the skills but all of us had a lot of fun and noticed that for example it is easier to draw the ball.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WUEdkzI8QSE
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Hg6WNUtGar8&t=207s
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJISzNMXufQ&t=32s
I don't think it would play any worse in 3/8-10 joint.


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Cynergy on 5/16 14 piloted steel joint - 10-10-2019, 02:29 PM

Got shaft yesterday-
PLAYS GREAT....
For me,
the very best LD EXPERIENCE.
Ive tried most all-
To me-
plays like an exceptional wood shaft-
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It looks like it's in stock at Seyberts right now for a good price. Out of c.f. shafts it's a good one for this $$. One of my students plays with it in unilock joint and being curious I've tried it too. If you like pretty long straight pro-taper you might like it. It's pretty comfortable with either open or closed bridge allowing to have a good and consistent follow through.
Here are some videos I've made testing this shaft myself and together with my students who are differ when it comes to their age and the skills but all of us had a lot of fun and noticed that for example it is easier to draw the ball.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WUEdkzI8QSE
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Hg6WNUtGar8&t=207s
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJISzNMXufQ&t=32s
I don't think it would play any worse in 3/8-10 joint.
Thank you for the videos my friend. That is a very classy looking establishment as well.
Very best regards.
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Thank you for the videos my friend. That is a very classy looking establishment as well.
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[QUOTE=j2pac;6493852]Anyone have this shaft in a 3/8-10 joint, or is it even offered in that joint? If so, I would be interested in hearing your thoughts.
Thanks to all.
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I sold over 60 shafts, my playing cues are 3/8x10 and I LOVE them
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