SugarTree full splice

nj82tj

The dude abides.
Silver Member
I haven't hit with it yet but I closely examined it. The finish is outstanding. Better than any cue I've had previously. The old growth shafts are beautiful and smooth and so is the maple Sneaky shaft. The wood is bloodwood into a maple blank with a box elder burl butt. Enjoy the pics. I'll update with more of a review after I get to play it.

EDIT: I had time to sneak in a quick rack this morning and wow does this cue play nice. Hands down the best feeling Cue I've shot with. (Pechauer, schmelke, Schon, Pierce) not a long list but a list none the less. It really does seem to make the cue ball dance.
 

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Franky4Eyes

AzB Silver Member
Silver Member
this is not a full splice :-:)angry::p:grin::(

I'm pretty sure the bottom of the points on this cue are
sharp like the tips. Most Sugartree sneaky's are.
Does the absence of veneers make it not a full
splice cue in your opinion?
I've always wondered where the hair splits on that one...
 

qbilder

slower than snails
Silver Member
It's full splice. It began as an old Brunswick house cue. I thought it was neat because I don't see bloodwood in old cues very often. I did a simple conversion with it, then recently got it back with a request to dress it up, hence the rings and burl sleeve.
 

nj82tj

The dude abides.
Silver Member
It's full splice. It began as an old Brunswick house cue. I thought it was neat because I don't see bloodwood in old cues very often. I did a simple conversion with it, then recently got it back with a request to dress it up, hence the rings and burl sleeve.

Thank you! (I knew it was though) This is the nicest looking and playing cue I've ever used. Kudos to Eric at SugarTree cues!
 
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