Nice Brugge. Congrats.
WOW.........no kidding! Can't even wait till after I'm dead to start doing tribute cues
Everyone that's anyone knows that for over 20 years this has been a style of deco rings I've used in a large number of my cues. Before I started doing this style there was no one that even had the idea of how to do these. It just goes to show the type of no respect that goes on in this industry and how people just don't give a shit about what they do or how they do it as long as they can make a buck. Even with that, they don't have the balls to say "Hey I seen a cue so and so did and thought it looked cool. That's where I got my inspiration from because I don't have a creative bone in my body."
Instead they just act like it's some new and exciting concept they just came up with.
What a joke.
I've owned cues from makers like Tascarella, Southwest, Ariel Carmeli, Eddie Cohen and Dennis Searing. The wood quality, the workmanship and the solid hit of this cue is on par with any of them. Granted the cue doesn't have fancy inlays and points, but it just hits and feels so good in my hands.
I'm not sure what's in your shop Mr. Vaskovskyi's, but equipped with the right high-end tools (i.e. lathes and CNC machines), I'm sure you could make some amazing cues. Congratulations sir and thank you!View attachment 588091View attachment 588092View attachment 588093View attachment 588094View attachment 588095View attachment 588096View attachment 588097View attachment 588098View attachment 588100View attachment 588101