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  • Ariel Carmeli



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    A very cool Hoppe style from Ariel Carmeli. This cue is in great condition with a new leather wrap. Intense Curly Maple forearm has Ebony points with old school colored veneers found in the original Willie Hoppe’s. The bumper can be removed for that bumper-less look or left on for added protection when you feel it’s needed. We love this feature and are not sure why it is not used more often. Shaft 1 comes with a new Kamui Clear tip and Shaft 2 has a new Moori medium. For the price this is a very sharp cue that boasts Ariel’s great hit.

  • Tascarella



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    Simply beautiful. Classic look by one of the best when it comes to this look. Pete hits a home run with this cue. Great looking veneers, old school brown phenolic collars with thick rings,  1-1/2″ Delrin butt cap with a dark brown bumper. The white with brown spec linen is fits this cue perfectly. Shaft 1 has a Kamui medium tip and both ferrules are natural.

  • Gulyassy Sledgehammer



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    One of the original Mike Gulyassy Patent Pending Sledgehammer custom made jump / break cues. Beautiful striped Mahogany butt handle with a curly Maple forearm and Malachite green rings. This is a one owner cue purchased at the 2005 US Open 9 Ball Championship. The phenolic tip was changed to a hard buffalo by Guy Castillo making it legal for tournament play. When Mike was making this run of sledgehammers he was including the Tiger X shafts as an upgrade. We have to point out some light wear at the bottom of the butt cap and some wear on the finish of the shaft by the collar. Other than the small finish issues this cue is in fantastic shape. The butt and shaft  are ding and dent free. The shaft rolls true and is silky smooth.

  • Thomas Wayne



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    A beautiful cue by Thomas in the South West style. Rosewood points into an Ebony forearm with Ebony butt sleeve. Perfectly installed elephant ear wrap. Has a bottle nose tapered forearm similar to that of a SW cue. This is a great opportunity to own a cue by a top tier cue maker at a very low price. Delivers a very firm hit with either shaft. Great collectible or player.

    “I recently bought a cue from Custom Billiard Cue. A very smooth transaction. The Cue was everything they said it was. I hope we can do business again in the future. Thanks again,”  Tony / Rossville, Illinois 

  • Joss Sneaky Pete



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    Here’s  a great deal on a production Joss Cues Sneaky. This cue came to us as part of a package of cues and looks to have had very little play. The plug looks like it never hit a carpeted floor! If your looking for a great player at a great price you can’t go wrong here.

  • Ron Thomas 1 X 2



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    A sleek and very stylish by Ron. This case was used for storage only and it is evident in the photos. There are no scuffs on the grommets or bottom of the case and no bluing in interior. It is about as close to brand new as you can get with out the price tag still being on it. Great price on a beautiful case. It won’t last long.

    “I just got the Ron Thomas case and I am very happy! It’s is in better condition than you described it it to be. It’s like Brand New! Thanks again.”  Harold / Clearwater, Florida  

  • Pete Ohman



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    Beautiful six point, three high and three low. Points are Bocote into Gabon Ebony. Butt sleeve is also Gabon. At the bottom of one of the forearm points you can find a little Bocote signature 8 ball. Both ferrules are all natural material and the tips look like old layered Moori’s. This cue has a very solid hit and moves the cue ball with minimal effort. We added a few outdoor pictures to try to capture just how good this cue looks. There is a small abrasion on the wrap about two inches above the butt sleeve. Hardly worth mentioning but our policy is to describe the condition of our cues as best as possible. See the picture with the pen.

  • Richard Black



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    The “Bushka”. Richard Black’s tribute cue to George Balabushka. This cue is a bit longer than the standard 58″ and perhaps that is what gives this cue an amazing balance. Both ferrules are natural white and the shafts have a very crisip and solid hit. The lizard print leather wrap is an upgrade from the traditional linen. Check out the two close up photos of the wrap. The seam is dead center and almost invisible. This cue plays as good as any custom cue selling for thousands more and if your looking for an investment it can only go up in value. 

  • Runde



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    A super no wrap player from Bob Runde. Madagasgar Points into Birdseye forearm. All natural ferrules with Moori tips. We talked to Bob about the wrap and he said that he only made 5 or 6 ‘finish over linen’ cues. This is a great 2 shaft custom player by one of the top custom cue builders out there.

  • Tony Layne Jump/Break



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    The color is #41 Camo Supreme, and the condition is almost new. The original owner had this cue for a very short period and only played a couple of times with it. All of Tony’s Jump/Break cues come with a G-10 ferrule-tip and smash through the rack with minimal effort. This allows you to concentrate more on aim, and less on force. The design of the heavier shaft makes jumping easy. You’ll find yourself not only making your jump, but sinking your ball too. Imagine being able to jump with confidence. This cue comes with a Hammer Head / Tony Layne Custom Cues T-Shirt. Your choice of L or Xl in black or XXL in Grey.