I know of a guy on TSF used a 49" cue with an 8mm tip and about the same weight. Some people have outrageous specs. My Peradon is hand-spliced at 57", 9mm and 17.5oz. I love the thing.Ironically I used to use a custom peradon. It was 55" and about 14oz, and I decided it was a bit too short and light
Nine-ball isn't possible without numbered balls and one-pocket would mostly be unheard of. There are American tables available, but they're not as common as English ones.Pin answered he question.. it's really different equipment. No one plays 9 ball or one pocket?
Most snooker and pool clubs have at least one American table, where people sometimes play 9-ball, but the other games are almost unknown here.Pin answered he question.. it's really different equipment. No one plays 9 ball or one pocket
I live in the UK and mainly play English pool with a cue similar to a snooker cue. I play some American pool, but much less.
So I have some questions about multiple shafts.
Why do you have multiple shafts?
How long do you expect a typical shaft to last? Should it last the life of the cue (without warping or losing quality)?
Snooker players expect their game to be seriously hampered if they have to change their cue. Even if the new one has very similar specs, it doesn't play quite the same. Is this a problem for American players when they have to change shaft?