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pechauer cue - 09-02-2010, 01:56 AM

i now shoot with a Jp serie. I love them cues cause they balance and hit really well. I grew up with player cues brand but now I shoot with a pechauer cue and Schon cue. Im more into pechauer cue

playing cue:Pechauer JP serie
Break cue:J&J jump/break cue
Jump cue: Lucasi
Case: instroke 2x4 black leather

playing cue:STL3 Schon cue
break cue:J&J jump/break cue
Jump cue:Lucasi
case:instroke 2x4 brown leather

I got everything same on both cases i got except playing cue different. I mostly bring my pechauer cue more than my schon cue. Schon cue lil more heavy than my pechauer cue.
  
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09-14-2010, 08:03 AM

I've owned 8 Pechauers. I liked the old joint better than the "speed release", but all Pechauers are high quality and play very well. Some folks frown on the JP series, but I like them as well, as I've always prefered wood-to-wood, plastic or phenolic joints to stainless. Though I play with an old Joss/Pred right now, I also have a Pechauer that is not for sale. I use pre-cat logo 314 shafts on all my playing cues.
  
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09-14-2010, 03:23 PM

I bought 1 from Kid Delicious in person at DCC the year JP started the Basavich series and have used it some with 1 shaft and it plays great and looks great. I had Danny to sign it in gold permanent marker between the points even though it was identified on the buttcap and it is number 7 of 100 made in the first series. Danny was practicing with it when I bought it so he played the match with it before handing it over and won so he threw in a set of his dvd's. Slow player but a nice guy.--Leonard
  
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whiner? - 09-14-2010, 11:33 PM

This might seem insensitive but I can't get past the shoes and the feet thing.

Just how bad can a pair of shoes be?
  
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09-15-2010, 12:06 PM

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Buddy Hall And Paul Gerni Are Both Playing With Them Now As Well,,,,,,,,,
Buddy no longer uses a Pechauer, he now plays with a derby cue
  
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09-15-2010, 12:07 PM

Pechauer cues are very nice and perhaps one of if not the most under rated cue in the industry.
  
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wtf - 05-22-2012, 11:05 PM

To all of those that don't like the J Pechauer cues whats wrong with you the reason that you can't hit the cue is that you need to have a feel for it replaceing the shaft with a pred shaft is a waste of time do some research and watch the video compareing the deflection of the factory shaft and the pred shaft they are virtually the same Pechauer make one of the very best cues in billiards I play masters nineball and eightball and over half of the players use Pechauer cues all highend cues take some time to get along with the cue
  
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05-24-2012, 04:29 AM

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Pechauer has ve the best finish in the business, playability, I don't think so.
They need to change their pin on the cues. The feedback on the cue is terrible. Just my 2 cents.
Just bought a P17 for a local player, and had KJ Simpson fit a 314 shaft to it. KJ did great work as usual. Butt looks pretty, all CNC-machined of course, as if no human being has had a hand in making any of it. Everything fits and is as straight as can be. Wood selection is adequate, neither the BEM nor brown ebony (or whatever it is) look too special, but nice. Finish looks fine, but feels stickier to one's hands than some, needless to emphasize perhaps, I have custom cues that are superior in this respect. The joint (and pin as you mention) is certainly far removed from what I would want in a cue in terms of feedback. On the whole, I find the cue seemingly inexpensive given the nice looks, but expensive given I'd personally be happier with a custom Plain Jane in the same price category. But of course that's just me - I value hit and feel above all else in a cue.

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05-24-2012, 05:53 AM

i really don't like them. they hit dead and are butt heavy. they've got a thick butt and hit stiff though but for some reason unlike joss and schons their ss joints seem to be all i can feel when i hit a ball with them. i'd just get a schon or a joss
  
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05-24-2012, 04:48 PM

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i really don't like them. they hit dead and are butt heavy. they've got a thick butt and hit stiff though but for some reason unlike joss and schons their ss joints seem to be all i can feel when i hit a ball with them. i'd just get a schon or a joss
Its weird because I know there newer cues are different from there old ones.Mine is about 15 years old with a real nice birdseye forearm and the regular stainless joint like a Schon,not there new joint.I think it plays fantastic with my Predator shaft and the butt is thinner than my Schon,but I will agree with you that something has changed in the way as they don't seem as picky now as they use to be.I'm beginning to think of cues like restaurants.At the beginning
everything is stellar and great,then suddenly you get a name for yourself
and the quality goes down a bit.
  
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Peach cues - 08-04-2014, 03:04 PM

I currently have two wrapless peach cues that I think work and feel better than any cue I have ever used and trust me...I am no spring chicken. I did not like the rock maple shaft that came with the sticks and I put on Jacoby Edge Hybrid shafts on them. In my opinion the Jacoby shaft really outplays the 314 by a mile. Try one on your peach cue and that cue will soon become your favorite cue.
Peach cues---awesome quality and pretty.
  
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08-04-2014, 06:49 PM

If you look hard, you can find great deals on pechauers, best production cue for the money, excellent quality. Go for the pro series, the hit is up to you, everybody is different. Probably not the answer you are looking for, but you need to find what works for you.


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08-04-2014, 07:15 PM

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....and I am mulling over purchasing one of his wrapless models, either the Pro Series PR15 or the PR20. Can anybody tell me anything about the quality and playability of his cues, particularly the Pro Series models? I am looking for a player, not a collector cue. Thanks in advance for any help at all.

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J Peachuer Purchase Question - 06-03-2016, 05:50 PM

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Someone in my area just posted the below item for sale. They claim the value is $650 and selling for $400.

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J Peachuer 98 professional series pool cue real ebony and ivory inlays comes with 2 13mm shafts one is the original and the other is brand new one has a kamui black med tip and other is a Pechauer gold medal. Condition is like new

What’s your thoughts about this sale?
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Shaft 1: SS 360/2 - Tip Ultraskin medium
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Shaft 3: Lucasi 0 Flexpoint U - Tip Tiger Everest medium

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06-03-2016, 08:37 PM

If you like the way it plays, well worth spending 400 on IMHO. Full disclosure, I played with a Pechauer for several years in the past and am currently a dealer.
  
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