Pechauer P4

$450.00 $405.00


Pechauer P4


Pechauer cues are world renown for their high quality inlays and classic stylings.  You’ll immediately know that you’ve made the right choice when you lay eyes on your first Pechauer cue.


Few quality pool cues are still manufactured in the United States but Pechauer cues are proud to be called one of great American cues. For over 30 years, J Pechauer cues have been manufactured in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Try It

If  you’ve never had the chance to actually try a Pechauer P4 cue,  we’ve got you covered with our Video Review and exclusive Select Billiards Photos of the P4 from every angle. It’s the next best thing to trying it out for yourself!


Select Billiards’ Video Review:


Build Quality:

This cue has Nickel checkered rings in the butt with a Birdseye Maple buttsleve. The handle is all Cocobolo which is simply beautiful. The birdseye maple continues on into the forearm for a wonderful combination of light and dark wood tones.

This cue features a 5/16-14 quick release joint for quick setup and break down. The shaft is a Pechauer Classic 13mm shaft and the tip is a Tiger-Emerald.


How It Actually Plays:

  • Pechauer Classic (13mm)
    • Hitting the ball with soft English, the ball hit the far rail at about the 1 .5″ inch mark. 
    • Hitting the ball with medium English, the ball hit the far rail at the 2″ mark.
    • Hitting the ball with a firm English, the ball hit the far rail at the 2.5″ mark.

Final Thoughts:

This is a great cue and quite beautiful. There aren’t too many inlays or designs, but the contrasting woods really serve to make this cue a looker. As far as performance, it’s definitely a solid cue.


Manufacturer Information:

Tip: Emerald Cue Tip. – Shaft: 13mm Hard Maple – Joint Type: Stainless Steel – Joint Collar: Silver Ring – Forearm: Birdseye Maple – Wrap: Cocobolo wood – Butt Sleeve: Birdseye Maple.

SKU: PECHAUERP4 Categories: , Tags: , ,

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions 12 × 41 × 3 in

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