PFD Studios - Paul Drexler Cues

Paul Drexler Custom Masse Cue 2005-

Custom taper and length designed by former professional 3-cushion and artistic billiard player Deno Andrews in collaboration with Paul Drexler. This work was commissioned by Deno Andrews as a gift for a close friend and professional player who will be competing and needing a masse cue stick for artistic pool. The cue itself is specifically designed for nice weight distribution for masse shots. The joint has a radial pin screw and a very thick stainless joint. The forearm wood is pink ivory that is naturally colored. The handle wood Gaboon ebony. The butt sleeve is Pink Ivory and the butt cap is phenolic. The length, tip size, and taper are proprietary and non disclosed.

Resources: (From PFD Cues Web Site)-"Paul Drexler began making cues in 1989 as a result of his desire to own a very special cue. He is proud of his cues for their integration of sound construction techniques and unique designs, featuring exotic materials. The keys to a good-hitting cue, according to Paul, are solid construction, high-grade materials, and attention to detail. Paul's grandfather, a master cabinet maker from Holland, taught him the fine art of woodworking."

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