AzB Silver Member
Depends on whether it's an inside wall, or an outside wall. Inside wall, probably OK, won't have too much temperature or humidity change. Outside wall, I wouldn't recommend it. Too much variance there.
Best advice still is to put the cue in a case, and store the case upright in a closet.
All the best,
Another, perspective with great value....
I purchased my Whitten case, years ago when he first began making cases.
Due to the makeup of the interior of This particular case, it's similar to putting a fine cigar in the proper humidor.
Most all cases/if any (cept maybe the snooker players cases) don't have this type of interior enviornment, not the tubes, but the surrounding/insulating packing.
I remember Whitten years ago, in his beginning....went and talked to the great case makers for Woodwind instruments....to get their advice.
Smart move. I've never had a case that treated the cue wood/quite like this one, it has the right tack/feel when I pull it out.
I'll have it till I die, just because of this.