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03-23-2019, 06:35 AM

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Great video. I really enjoyed Jay's interview of Ernie which went way beyond your reason for posting it. And the additional benefit is getting to watch Shane play Max in the background. Thanks for posting the link.
  
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03-23-2019, 08:29 AM

Look forward to more pics. What a fantastic cue!! Tasc's really live and breathe.


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04-14-2019, 09:22 AM

Great looking cue. All of Pete's cues made in the Bushka tradition are truly beautiful. Anybody know whether this is one of his full splice or short splices cues? Is it even possible to tell the difference anymore?

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04-14-2019, 10:23 AM

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Great looking cue. All of Pete's cues made in the Bushka tradition are truly beautiful. Anybody know whether this is one of his full splice or short splices cues? Is it even possible to tell the difference anymore?

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Short. No reason for them to full splice when they're putting ringwork between the prongs and the wrap.


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04-14-2019, 11:13 AM

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Maybe Ernie Gutierrez might convince you then, if I didn't. He says the same thing I did, that a cue should be taken out and played, not stored still. It's in a conversation with our own Jay Helfert, on a match between Shane and Max. If you don't want to listen too much, the conversation starts about 9:00 or so.

Somehow though, I don't even think advice from a master cuemaker will have any impact on your thinking.

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04-15-2019, 12:11 PM

Jason is debating with someone who’s his peer in every respect about anything pool related.
Chronologically he is bordering on 50 but he has a lot to learn about cues and maintenance.
Folks, Will is absolutely correct. Assemble that cue and use a it or just bring it out of storage
and put it together. Let the the cues breathe and see daylight but using it is much better. You
seriously risk disappointment years later when you take the cue out storage and it’s not straight.


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*Bob Owen Custom- Level 8 (s/d 4-24-16) - Flat Ivory Joint
*J. Rauenzahn Custom - Level 6 (s/d 5-4-16) - Flat Ivory Joint

*J. Rauenzahn Custom - Level 8 (s/d 2-23-15) - Flat Ivory Joint
*Ed Prewitt Custom '05 - Level 8 - Flat Ivory Joint
*Bob Owen Custom - Level 8 (s/d 5-4-14) - Flat Ivory Joint
*Tim Scruggs Custom (05-95) Level 7 - Flat Ivory Joint
*Runde Schon (03-85) Custom "R" Series (1 of 1)
*Palmer (Original) - '72 (All Cocobolo Wood)
  
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