It isn't exactly easy but isn't that difficult.Dealing with the taper while keeping spacing consistent and the wrap tight. this one was tough:
I did a custom fishing wrap on a cue....it looked horrendous.
Yeah, if the rest of the cue is decorated, a simple wrap is best. It might work on a merry widow.It was a Frank Paradise Hoppe Titleist. The wrap and the veneers clashed badly. I matched the purple and green perfectly. It was like wearing striped pants with a plaid shirt and checkerboard tie.
Looks great Major. Is that a Calcutta and a 6500 Ambassador?It isn't exactly easy but isn't that difficult.Dealing with the taper while keeping spacing consistent and the wrap tight. this one was tough:
This was before tightening and trim.
Here is a behind the scenes glimpse showing the tape that the threads are adhered to while wrapping and the trim band that secures the wrap:
Here it is wrapped off without finish:
And with the finish on. I don't like to use a color fixer so the thread is transparent when complete.
It would be easier on a cue because you wouldn't have to mount guides.