If you are seeking a new cue,
and want something a little different from the cues that we often see in the
snooker clubs on a day to day basis, perhaps you might like to make contact
with the company Master Cue in Thailand.
I have bought a Master Cue
myself and have been pleased with how smooth it is and with the equipment that
came with the cue. The cue came with a short mini-butt extension and a longer
extension to replace the need to use the half butt.
The cues come in a variety of
styles and look quite striking with the different types of exotic woods
combined with traditional Ash and Ebony.
It is not often that I like the
balance and feel of a three quarter butt jointed cue, but the Master Cue that I
own is pleasantly well balanced and not overly butt heavy.
If you would like to contact
Master Cue directly check out their newly installed link on our ever-growing
I am hoping to get hold of a
single-piece Master Cue in the not too distant future, and will let you all
know how I get on with it, as soon as I can. I am hoping that this cue will be
even better than the three-quarter, but time will tell.