J. Pechauer cues are the kind that get passed down from one generation of pool player to the next. The designs and inlays they are able to create are second to none. Put simply, these cues are art.
A rarity amongst modern cue manufactures, J. Pechauer cues are 100% made in the USA. From the shaft to the butt plate, these cues are hand crafted in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
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This cue has a natural Birdseye Maple butt sleeve. There are also three floating ebony-framed Bocote points. The handle is made of natural Birdseye Maple which is slightly lighter than the butt slevee’s color. You’ll see three more floating ebony-framed Bocote points just like in the butt sleeve.
The joint is a quick release 5/16-14 style and can come with a Crown Jewel shaft that features the same matching inlay details as on the handle. The tip is a Tiger-Emerald tip.
How It Actually Plays:
- Hitting the ball with a soft hit, the ball hit the far rail at right around the 1.5″ mark.
- Hitting the ball with medium hit, the ball hit the far rail at right around the 2″ mark.
- Hitting the ball with a firm hit, the ball hit the far rail right about the 2.5″ mark.
This is a beautiful cue and it’s absolutely going to attract attention. I love the No-Wrap because your hand sticks so well to it. The quality inlay work is very noticeable and the overall playability of the cue is superb.