Pechauer cues are famous for their exotic inlays and classical style. When you hold your first Pechauer cue, you’ll know you’ve made a great choice
Pechauer cues are one of great American cues and for over 30 years, J Pechauer cues have been manufactured in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
If you’ve never had the chance to actually try a Pechauer cue, we’ve got you covered with our Video Review and photos of the P5 from every angle. It’s like trying it for yourself!
Select Billiards’ Video Review:
This cue features a rubber butt cap and a teal-stained Birdseye Maple forearm with four floating Ebony and Maple points with green inlay. This is a no-wrap cue with a beautiful natural Birdseye Maple grip. Four more, floating ebony and maple points continue up to the joint.
This cue features a Piloted Pechauer Speed Joint for quick setup and break down. The shaft is 13 mm with a pro taper and a Pechauer Gold Layered Medium tip.
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.
The combination of teal-stained maple with ebony and maple points look really nice together. The no-wrap grip feels good in your hand and is quite grippy. This cue looks great and plays even better!
Tip: Pechauer Gold Layered Medium – Shaft: 13mm Hard Maple – Joint Type: Stainless Steel – Joint Collar: Silver Ring – Pin: Peachauer Speed Joint – Forearm: Curly Maple- Wrap: None – Butt Sleeve: Curly Maple – Bumper: Rubber