Mike Webb is vastly underrated too.
Mike makes great cues .
And he's very anal about everything on his cues.
You mean Michael Vollmer? No way he is underrated, at least in Germany he is very well respected, and his prices are pretty high, too.No doubt about it Mike Vollmer. He is a perfectionist, and uses the best woods I have ever seen in a cue.
Really great work. Unfortunately butterflies dont play essential role, which is a mess imo.Andy VanderVoord of Michigan, outstanding artist, stand-up guy and
he does some of the most amazing full-splice butterflies!
I don't know about cue makers, but the Gilbert jump/break cue at $400 is massively underrated, IMO.
I'm sure there has already been a thread about this, but I was just wanting to hear about some of the less talked about cue makers that deserve some credit. Because I have a few of the big name players and I swear my "unheard of" cue out plays them all.