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Thumbs up A few Mottey cues - 07-22-2019, 02:15 AM

Lots of work in these. I'm partial to the ebony Titlist myself
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07-22-2019, 06:48 AM

I almost think (not seriously) that Paul Mottey and James White should have made a few ugly cues in their careers so you could say you have one of the good ones. I don't recall ever seeing one of their cues that I didn't want to own. I also don't recall playing with one that didn't make me want it even more.

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07-22-2019, 06:54 AM

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I almost think (not seriously) that Paul Mottey and James White should have made a few ugly cues in their careers so you could say you have one of the good ones. I don't recall ever seeing one of their cues that I didn't want to own. I also don't recall playing with one that didn't make me want it even more.

Nice pictures of some beautiful cues. Thanks for posting.
I absolutely agree, they had a very tasteful style. I have photos of a few JMWs but they won't attach


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07-22-2019, 07:27 AM

Wow.

I like the Titlist too.

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Motteys - 07-22-2019, 03:53 PM

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I almost think (not seriously) that Paul Mottey and James White should have made a few ugly cues in their careers so you could say you have one of the good ones. I don't recall ever seeing one of their cues that I didn't want to own. I also don't recall playing with one that didn't make me want it even more.

Nice pictures of some beautiful cues. Thanks for posting.
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07-22-2019, 05:15 PM

The one cue I regret selling is one like the bottom cue in the top picture. It had blue and natural veneers with a solid ivory jointnand a light brown lizard wrap. I want it back if anyone is selling.
  
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07-22-2019, 06:41 PM

I have a special place in my heart for Mottey/White cues. I sold my JMW but was fortunate enough to buy it back!






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07-25-2019, 07:29 AM

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I have a special place in my heart for Mottey/White cues. I sold my JMW but was fortunate enough to buy it back!






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That is a beautiful cue....i,m now a huge VIGUS fan,thanks to you! I have a 6 veneer,ebony on ebony bridge point full splice( blue,whit,blue,steel blue,grey,natural veneers with ebony forearm,white joint,and same veneers dased ringwork!!) ....if theres a nicer player out there,i haven,t seen it! And its also a 60 inch cue,zan hybrid max tips on both shafts( 1 shaft is his old"ugly" shafts with the real dense darker wood,12.75 mm tips) i wish i knew how to post pictures.bought a 2/4 rusty melton with 2 tone tooled leather envelope case to put it in. Hope you are well.
  
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