What's the "going rate" for simple Tasc cues?

8-ball Rat

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I admit, I'm a bit out of touch with some parts of the market.

I'm curious what others...with more recent experience...can share about the current pricing/value of a simple 4-point Tascarella cue. Minimal inlays (if any, at all), little (or no) ivory. Just the classic 4-pointer with a linen wrap and steel joint.

Never had one. Always wanted one. Might look to trade for one.

I have a NICE Satin SW with 2 shafts...and a stunner Bob Owen Ironwood 4-pointer with 2 shafts....and a couple different 2x4 cases to toss into the ring...if stars and moons align.

Any info is appreciated!
 

8-ball Rat

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I reached out to the shop, a few weeks ago. Was quoted $3k for a simple 4-pointer...with about 13 months of wait time.

Looking for a gently used, well-cared for 2ndary market cue with 2 shafts
 

Kickin' Chicken

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Hey Rat;

A straight 4 point Tasc with 2 full shafts in nice used cond will start at approx $2600 with no inlays and linen wrap and don't be too surprised to see these at $3-$3200 asking price.

Of course add for leather/lizard/elephant wraps, inlays, etc.

My advice would be that if you see one you really like, stretch a couple hundred if you have to in order to secure it as these price point Tascs aren't plentiful and when they do show up they typically sell fast.

gluck
 
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DJKeys

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Hey Rat;

A straight 4 point Tasc with 2 full shafts in nice used cond will start at approx $2600 with no inlays and linen wrap and don't be too surprised to see these at $3-$3200 asking price.

Of course add for leather/lizard/elephant, inlays, etc.

My advice would be that if you see one you really like, stretch a couple hundred if you have to in order to secure it as these price point Tascs aren't plentiful and they do show up they typically sell fast.

gluck
I ordered a Full Splice wrapless Tasc back in June. Last cue I got from him was in 2016. Back then, the standard short splice was 2600 and the full splice was 2800. Prices have gone up since then. I picked out a beautiful Ebony into Rosewood blank he had made. I will have the same specs as my 2016 cue (which I am still playing with). 25% deposit along with detailed and exact order is required. Pete quoted me 12 months wait, but I am hoping I will get it in 6 months or so. When I receive that new cue, I will send back my current one to be refinished. As stated, even his plainest cues go for $3K + on the used market. It is definitely a cue with very high resale value.

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Bamacues

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I have a basic 4 point on order.. short splice, 4pt/4ven.. 2 non-ivory ferrules.. wrap.. $3000.

Wait is 12-16 months...

Full splice was $500 more... Hoppe ring adds to that. Inlays, etc based on number/complexity.. adds up quick.

There is hardly any drop in price on the secondary market... Tascarella cues are in high demand...
 

Bavafongoul

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One of my favorite cues is the Golden Tascarella. IMO, their name is synonymous with highly crafted, great playing cues.
 
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