The idea behind the SP has been long gone. In fact if you pulled out a SP it became a knock. It's assumed you are a player. Rocky Tillis made me one about 50 years ago.Sounds a little fancy to be a true SP
However sounds like a hell of a cue
Fatboy Approved <——-officially
When I described what I wanted he asked why. I said I want a custom cue that looks like a house cue. What he made me was great.
He even made the shaft grain line up with the grain in the butt. It took a real close look to tell it was two piece.
Not sure where the term SP came from but Palmer made one that was part of a line of cues for Pete Margo called the Sneaky Pete. That was the first time I saw the term. We called them Hustler cues.
Two piece house cues had been around like the Brunswick Master Stroke and cues made from Titlists cues. They had joints and wraps though.