favorite linen

cuesdefuentes

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if you could only buy one spool of linen at a time (until it runs out), what would be your first choice?
yes, i am fishing, my cool coordination is lacking.
 

KJ Cues

Pro Cue Builder & Repair
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Black w/Wh spec is by far the most common and the most asked for.
Players with that color linen need to be shown some of the other colors of
linen and how those other colors can alter the visual character of the cue overall.
It also allows the client some personal input. "The one with the pink wrap. That's my cue".
 

aphelps1

AzB Silver Member
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I'm with KJ on this one, not that KJ cares.

I always keep black with white specs handy.

Alan
 

KJ Cues

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FINALLY !!! Someone agrees with me.

Of course I care.
A little acknowledgement every once in a while isn't all that bad.
Even a junkyard dog needs a pat on the head occasionally. Lol
Thanx
 

Dave38

theemperorhasnoclotheson
Silver Member
I prefer the white with brown specs, even though I have 2 spools of the black with white, as that does seem to be the main thread. I like how the white/brown seems to go well with most cues that actually have wood grain in them....just seems to look better to me.
Dave
2 I just finished a few weeks ago...
Dave

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Mase

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I like the dark brown with black. It just seems to go with so many of the woods I use in cues.
 

cueman

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Black with White Spec is by far the most commonly installed Irish Linen.
Second is White with Black Spec, third is White with Green Spec, fourth is White with Brown Spec and fifth is solid Black from my experience. I suggest getting all five.

But if I can only have one spool it has to be Black with White Spec.
 

pdcue

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if you could only buy one spool of linen at a time (until it runs out), what would be your first choice?
yes, i am fishing, my cool coordination is lacking.

I SEE what you did there

You are fishing

Linen is fishing line :)

Or, it used to be.

Dale
 

HawaiianEye

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I know Cortland would probably be the preferred choice if it was still available to everyone, but what brand now would be considered the "best"...if there is such a thing as "best"?
 
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