Schmelke purple heart break cue review

Welder84

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So the key features are
  1. The whole cue butt and shaft are made from purple heart wood (very dense). https://www.billiardwarehouse.com/cues/schmelke/schmelke_break--all-purpleheart.htm
  2. This cue was offered with a white butt cap and joint (phenolic style) with gold rings.
  3. You can custom order a version of this cue any way you would like.
  4. This cue is was advertised adjustable 18-21 oz (mine is 19.5).
  5. The shaft comes 13.5 mm with a phenolic tip ferule combo.
  6. This cue was advertised for $169.00 (free shipping) and made it to my door in four days.
Takeaways
  • The material, fit finish and value (what you are getting for your money) is a bargain to say the least. MADE IN THE U.S.A
  • Most cues at this price point are painted mystery wood (not purple heart or bocote wood) from over seas.
  • I purchased mine from Billiard Warehouse. They answered any and all questions by email quickly. A+
Cheers!
 

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terpdad

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Other than being a good value, what do you think of it? How does it break? Can you feel/see a difference between the PH shaft & a maple shaft?
 

Welder84

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Other than being a good value, what do you think of it? How does it break? Can you feel/see a difference between the PH shaft & a maple shaft?

So the cue breaks great! I did not give that info because it's so subjective. The purple heart shaft is tapered nicely and feels high quality in my hands.
 

7stud

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So the cue breaks great! I did not give that info because it's so subjective. The purple heart shaft is tapered nicely and feels high quality in my hands.
Then your post is not a review, rather it's an advertisement for Schmelke. A book review, a movie review, any review is by nature subjective because it consists of the author's opinion of the thing under review.
 

Welder84

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Then your post is not a review, rather it's an advertisement for Schmelke. A book review, a movie review, any review is by nature subjective because it consists of the author's opinion of the thing under review.

No. I reviewed the product with an accurate description. A quality, affordable American made cue.

I have added several reviews to contribute to this forum. Some very detailed and some very short. If you have any additional questions about what I purchased just ask me.

If you would like to discount what I have written or explain to me what words mean please feel free to PM me.

Or just contribute something of value yourself.
 
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