Predator “sneaky petes” haven’t looked like a sneaky pete in over a decade. Were you complaining then?Lucasi marketing their Pinnacle
Pinnacle carbon fiber technology series. LPSP is a Lustrous matte finish White & Black Sneaky Pete w/ 4pt White & Silver Crush inlays
And it looks just like the ones on the wall in your local
I have a cue in my case that’s an old Falcon black butt, and it has an older GO cf shaft. I’ve donated it to my buddy’s wall in his pool room. I nicknamed it “Ricky Schroeder” as homage to Poolhall Junkies. That cue would get action from anyone in a pool hall. Looks like the old Cuetec that Earl broke with back in the 90s.Even better put ' Made with real fiberglass'. That might land ya a fish or two.
You need to make yourself a nice pvc pipe case for it. In 2005-6 i got mine for about $7.50 at Lowes with end caps and pipe foam insulation to keep it from rattling around.It cost me $30 to put a nice tip on my $50 Duffrin house cue.
This cue hits great. It just looks a little weird walking into the Pool room with a one pc cue.
Not so sneaky.
This reminds me of a CT i had back in the mid/late 90's. It was basic CT with the glass-coated shaft, no bumper and butt beat-to-shit. Kept it in my car year'round and it never warped. Made a bunch of $$ using it and loaning to friends for a jelly if they won. Finally sold it for like 30-40bux. Probably still in action somewhere.Does remind me of Cuetecs from Earl period
Except the marketing . Vocab on sale at Pool Dawg...SP's haven't been 'sneaky' in years. Only a few i'v seen lately(J&J, Players,Schmelke) actually offer a true no-collar sneaky-pete. Almost all are now made with beautiful exotic woods, collars and ring-work. Not so sneaky.