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.
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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 VOD19 is a natural step-up from the lower-end cues you may have first started out with. The liberal use of skulls and numbers makes this a good cue for someone with slightly morbid personalities. This cue plays well and it’s certainly worth a shot if you’re looking for a cue that won’t break the bank.
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 “Skulls” and “Numbers” design painted with white “Gravestone” paint – Wrap: Midnight leather – Sleeve: Black with white “Skulls and “Numbers” painted with white “Gravestone” paint – Plate: Stainless steel