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10-02-2018, 02:50 PM

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It is not the Cue that makes the player or person sink balls, get position, runs racks. It is skill, and knowledge. How is your skill & knowledge?
Really? Oh wow . . I always thought the cue did those things on it's own!
  
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10-02-2018, 02:57 PM

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Do you feel compelled to spend $700? Why? All the brands you mention start well below that, and their low-end cues play exactly like their $1000 cues, the only difference being the number in inlays and how exotic the woods used. Do you want to buy a cue made in the U.S? I love my Pechauer. If you look at their website it talks about how every component they use is made in-house. They even bought their own timberland so they could farm their own trees. Who else does that? QC is extremely high and you can choose their JP or Pro series, which are made in the same way but with different joints so JP is a little softer, Pro a little firmer hit and more expensive only due to the style of inlays and the exotic nature of the woods used.
Most people looking to buy a nice cue stick care about more than simply how it plays. It's nice to shoot with a cue that plays good but also looks amazing and makes you feel confident. If no one cared about looks, high end cues wouldn't exist.

Also, there's a number of differences beyond what you named between the pro and jp Pechauer, including Jerry going over each pro series to ensure quality, then signing off on it.
  
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10-04-2018, 08:08 PM

So after about 2 weeks with the new cue I must say, as you all suggested the cue has far exceeded my expectations. I randomly lay the case on my bed and just open it up and stare at how gorgeous it is haha.

I elected to have a stacked black leather wrap installed before shipping out to me and that was a great idea. Makes the cue look that much better the makes a WORLD of a difference in comfort and feel over the default linen wrap. It took very little adjustment and the feel, hit, and balance of the cue are far superior to my 15 year old players cue. I think me and this cue will have a long lasting relationship I now run a 9-ball team so will be getting plenty of use out of this baby and couldn't be happier.

I called up Pechauer and and spoke to Jon and personally thanked him for producing a superior product and how beautiful the cue is. Some may think it is just an over priced piece of wood that I could have purchased for hundreds less. But I love it so that's all that matters!


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Do you feel compelled to spend $700? Why? All the brands you mention start well below that, and their low-end cues play exactly like their $1000 cues, the only difference being the number in inlays and how exotic the woods used. Do you want to buy a cue made in the U.S? I love my Pechauer. If you look at their website it talks about how every component they use is made in-house. They even bought their own timberland so they could farm their own trees. Who else does that? QC is extremely high and you can choose their JP or Pro series, which are made in the same way but with different joints so JP is a little softer, Pro a little firmer hit and more expensive only due to the style of inlays and the exotic nature of the woods used. They do use their own joint though, so after-market options may be limited, however they do offer both standard solid maple and a low deflection laminated shaft. I've called them and they're also excellent people to work with. Stay away from Meucci as you will see a number of very negative comments about them on this site, with warpage, defects and poor customer service seemingly issues over recent years.
I'm aware of that. But I wanted to treat myself. I fully aware that someone who is better then my am will still wipe the floor with me with the butt of a broom handle and one hand. But that still doesn't change the fact that I wanted to buy myself a nice cue!

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Now that is one pretty cue you got in the end

Please do let us know how it plays. The look department is definitely taken care of with that model and if it plays half as good as it looks then I think you chose well
I have to say your picture captures the two things I like the most. Pool and bourbon
  
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10-04-2018, 08:34 PM

So you got this?



I don't think I ever commented in this thread before, but I have commented before on these cues.

Nice shaft wood eh?

Best of luck with your cue.

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10-05-2018, 10:19 PM

Congrats on the beautiful cue.... My son and I both have our own although he is getting another higher end cue from Pechauer soon.

Another thing is EVERYTHING is made in house by the team there and their customer service is top notch.

My son has a 48" but now 51" JP series with the LD shaft while I have a prototype and the Canterbury CAM10. My sons new cue is the P22-H and will be I believe 53" (he is 8).
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10-09-2018, 12:30 PM

You can say I have a thing for Peaches! My only problem is determining which one to play with...

  
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10-16-2018, 10:47 PM

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