Adrian Viguera House Cue Conversion- 2005

Adrian Viguera Custom Cue 2005-

Adrian is a close friend and a champion three-cushion and artistic billiard player. I have always appreciated Adrian's use of exotic woods. His designs feature the character of the woods and his cues hit very well. He has spent years refining his tapers and use of woods to make a cue that is very well balanced and consistent.

This cue is sort of a departure from his typical custom cue in that he converted a hosue cue. The picture does this cue no justice. The wood in the house cue is really nice and has some character to it. The butt sleeve and ring work add some more typical Viguera character. The joint and butt cap are phenolic, and the joint screw is the customary wood joint which carom players virtually demand. Adrian showed me this cue while we were practicing together in preparation for a tournament in Mexico City. After a few shots with it, I asked to purchase it because I thought it had a really great hit. I thought that it would make a great back-up cue in case something happened to my main playing cue.

Please drop me an email and let me know what you think of this cue, if you like.

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