NOT Mike Sigel
My bet is he walks in holding it with one shaft and no case.
You are an experienced cue buyer. Check it out carefully and you will know for sure if it is a good buy for $150 (using your $100-$200 range). Trust your judgement and decide how much you are willing to spend. Once you make your decision, feel good about it regardless of the outcome.
Ya know...if the cue had played like crap, I wouldn't even be thinking about it. I should have never sold it. I thought I was doing a nice thing for a war vet.
He better not!! Besides, he doesn't own any other cues, so what's the point of hanging onto the case and spare shaft?
No, I meant cause due to him "loaning it to a friend" and the possible cue abuse it suffered, that stuff could be in the trunk of his buddies car which was impounded for DUI or something.
That was a beuatiful cue, I hope you can get it back and fixed.
you know, L...
1/2 of me thinks $100 for a $600 cue is a must-do.
The 1/2says no friggin way If he is willing to let it go for 1/6 of price, then it must be effectively worthless.
Then the last 1/2 says take a peek at it. I guess he may not know a thing about cues and priced it accordingly. Cocaine is a helluva drug.
Well, what happened last night? did he even show?
That's great, that he can fix it, hope your feeling better.:grin-square:
I picked up the cue from Paul yesterday. Could not even see the repair! Looks as good as it did when I first got it...could not be happier. It's not leaving me again.
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Happy end to the story!
Good to hear, Lisa.
....or it didn't happen