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When a manufacturer releases a new range of cues they more than likely will all play same what you are then paying for is level of decoration, or exotic woods that have been used in inlays. For example in Predator 4K Series you would get same feel from 4K1 at £380 as you would get from 4K7 at £720. The only difference would be hole in your pocket. But don’t be put off, if you like a cue and are happy with feel and playability then go for it, who am I to stop you?
To sum up important things are:
·Try before you buy ·Get right weight ·Select type of shaft to suit you ·Get price right ·Choose decoration to suit you.
When you have combined all of these factors then you should get years worth of playability and pleasure from your investment. Some cues if looked after may even grow in value.
By P. Williams http://www.americanpool-network.co.uk
P.Williams has been involved in the cue sports industry for around 6 years, first for pleasure but now for business with the launch in 2004 of href="www.americanpool-network.co.uk/shop/default.asp" rel="nofollow"American Pool Network