Pool Cue Collecting

Dimfer

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Pool Cue Collectors are almost as bad as audiophiles.. I’m amazed by the depth of knowledge by some people in identifying custom cue or collectible cues.

I just got back to playing pool, and as you know it - one thing leads to another. Started with a Mezz EC7 cocobolo, then a Mezz EC9 R15 and now into Exceed EXC SCW

Exceeds are really hard to get, Canadian dealer sold his stock within 15 minutes after he announced his incoming shipment. I was told wait time for some models is 3.5 yrs.
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dan31

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Pick your habit. All good, up to a point. Those are beautiful cues and perhaps less than a Koetsu Rosewood Platinum.
 

Dimfer

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A one of a kind Exceed cue is over $40k, a one of 20 is over $14k
 
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