That would probably hit better than a hollow (or solid I suppose) carbon fiber tube used as a shaft.. imo the only real benefit of carbon is it's durability (don't get little dings like wood when you wack the shaft on something), smoothness in your hands, and maybe aesthetics if you like the look of carbon.I thought I'd read on here that these may just be a carbon wrap over a maple shaft. Seems like someone bought one & took it apart as an experiment.
Why not just buy an SVB ghost for nearly the same prx? Or, better yet, pm me about a SoDak gen one for lessI'd recommend the Cuetec Cynergy vs. the Predator when considering the Value and Performance equation. The new Cuetec AVID hits amazing for $225 and you can put a Cynergy on it for an additional $400.
I know this thread is a couple of years old....No doubt they're cheap cues, what are your thoughts about the butt of the cue as far as using it with a good quality wooden shaft?I've tried both......if you want to compare the predator with a Revo against a JFLower cue with a Konnllen oh man it's a day and night difference. I have both as I bought two flowers cues with konllen shafts thinking they may be close to a Revo with a predator but at a cheaper price.
Ok here's my opinion. The Jflowers are a decent price if you want to gift it to a new player that's fine, maybe gift it to your nephew or your starting kid or something, but they are cheap for a reason!!! Cause they're cheap cues lol...I'm sorry but seriously the shaft feels like normal wood and just a tiny bit of carbon fiber on top of it, maybe you will like it? but it's nothing like a REVO, not a million years.