spotting a bludworth

striker_3

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I will direct this to Mr. Bludworth, but since his cues are so popular, I'm sure somebody else could answer me also. Every Bludworth cue I have ever seen, had a simple red dot at the bottom. Somebody told me they had a Bludworth, but it had a letter "B" inside a circle, almost like the "@" symbol. Are they telling the truth?

Thanks,
Tommy
 

Purdman

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striker_3 said:
I will direct this to Mr. Bludworth, but since his cues are so popular, I'm sure somebody else could answer me also. Every Bludworth cue I have ever seen, had a simple red dot at the bottom. Somebody told me they had a Bludworth, but it had a letter "B" inside a circle, almost like the "@" symbol. Are they telling the truth?

Thanks,
Tommy

You are correct. Circle with Red B, Red Dot, and now signed and dated. My wife has a signed and dated with a red dot. Personalized, "To Susan, Da Blud". Birthday gift.
Don P. :cool:
 

blud

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blud

striker_3 said:
I will direct this to Mr. Bludworth, but since his cues are so popular, I'm sure somebody else could answer me also. Every Bludworth cue I have ever seen, had a simple red dot at the bottom. Somebody told me they had a Bludworth, but it had a letter "B" inside a circle, almost like the "@" symbol. Are they telling the truth?

Thanks,
Tommy

Hi Tommy, Don is correct. I now do not use the red circle with the red B in the center, nor do I use the red dot.
I just sign and date all of my cues.
Thanks, sir.
blud
 

macguy

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blud said:
Hi Tommy, Don is correct. I now do not use the red circle with the red B in the center, nor do I use the red dot.
I just sign and date all of my cues.
Thanks, sir.
blud

I think all cue makers should sign and date their cues. Logo's and such have always been associated with mass produced products. I can't see a cue maker wanting to use a logo. 50 years from now, it would be nice for the cue maker to have the cue, if it is still around, identified as a personal work and not something produced by a company that may just bare his name.
 

blud

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true

macguy said:
I think all cue makers should sign and date their cues. Logo's and such have always been associated with mass produced products. I can't see a cue maker wanting to use a logo. 50 years from now, it would be nice for the cue maker to have the cue, if it is still around, identified as a personal work and not something produced by a company that may just bare his name.

True as words can be
blud
 
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