Diamond Willow cue

Sheldon

dontneednostinkintitle
Silver Member
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BlowFish

Pinoy D-Player
Silver Member
Looks like it been cored with Ebony. Also, it looks like bare wood and have not been stabilized yet. Those cracks are still growing and not sealed. I stand corrected thou if I'm totally wrong. If this cue hits well, it will be nice for hustling. :D

Could you give us farther info on this cue?
 

Inzombiac

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Silver Member
Its definitely interesting... but you can't knock anything with a good hit. It looks like a hillbilly cue. The "Hillbilly Hustler"!! market em!
 

dave sutton

Banned
Inzombiac said:
Its definitely interesting... but you can't knock anything with a good hit. It looks like a hillbilly cue. The "Hillbilly Hustler"!! market em!

lol.. do you practice being funny in the mirror? i like you sir mix alot quote also...

good rep is a must here :D
 

Cuemaster98

AzB Silver Member
Silver Member
Now that's a creepy, very cool looking cue...great for the halloween theme!! This cue would look great and probably plays good for witches, werewolves..etc. Nice work. how much??

Duc.
 

Sheldon

dontneednostinkintitle
Silver Member
The cue was made for a guy that grew up in the south where this willow is very prevalent. He used to cut pieces of it for fishing. He brought me a piece of it asking me if I could make him a cue from it, and so I did. He loves the cue, and it actually hits well. I have made several cues for this person already, and he uses the shafts that he already has, I made only the butt of this one. His favorite shaft is an OB1 that I fitted to his other cues a while back.
I could care less how "ugly" or odd a cue is, as long as my customer is happy with it. I am one of very few truly custom cue makers, and as such I make cues "to the customer's specifications". This means I am flexible and don't feel I have to push my personal preferences or specifications on anyone else. :)
 
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qbilder

slower than snails
Silver Member
I like it. I used to cut some really cool diamond willow up in Alaska, though I think it might be a bit different. It's still willow & still has the red diamond knots, but the wood is brighter white. I always thought it would be cool to see a cue made from it, but never attempted it myself. It's a unique wood & very cool looking cue.
 
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