Voodoo cues are economical and feature sturdy construction. They combine a reliable play style with a laser-etched inlay that many players appreciate when looking for a pool cue. If you like slightly creepy things, Voodoo’s variety of skulls, spiders and chains are perfect for you.
This is a quality cue at a reasonable price. It’s not going to play exactly like a high-end Predator shaft that costs more than your last 4 car payments, but it is going to hit the ball well and let you keep your focus on the game, where it belongs.
If you’ve never had the chance to actually try an Voodoo cue, we’ve got you covered with the Select Billiards Hands-On Video Review and exclusive Select Billiards Photos of the VOD17 from every angle. It’s the next best thing to trying it out for yourself!
How It Actually Plays:
- Standard Voodoo Shaft(13mm)
- Hitting the ball with a slow hit, the ball hit the far rail between the 1.5″ and 2″ marks.
- Hitting the ball with a medium hit, the ball hit the far rail a little over the 2″ mark.
- Hitting the ball with a firm hit, the ball hit the far rail between 2.5″ and 3″ marks.
The VOD17 is a great cue for someone looking to move on to their first “real cue” after using house cues. It features a somewhat creepy skull motif which may intimidate your opponent before they even have a chance to play you. This cue plays well and it’s certainly worth starting out with if you’re new to the game.
Tip: 13mm 10 layer boar skin – Ferrule: 1″ Fiber ferrule – Shaft: 29″ Hard Rock Maple Shaft – Joint: Piloted – Pin: Brass insert 5/16×18 – Rings: Black collar – Collar: Stainless steel – Forearm: Black stained maple with Vector-based digital engraved white “Shakles and Skulls” design painted with white “Gravestone” paint – Wrap: Midnight leather – Sleeve: Black with white “Shakles and Skulls” painted with white “Gravestone” paint – Plate: Stainless steel