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PostPosted: Fri Feb 26, 2010 2:42 pm 
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No collection without a "Southwest"

But maybe that´s only my opinion as a stupid european cue collector. :lol:
Of course there will be collections out there which have no Southwest in it and still will be awesome collections,
but as I am trying to put something like a "Typical Collection" together, there has to be one, hasn't it :?:
And THE most typical Southwest in my eyes is the "6 Pointer", nothing more and nothing less.
I think there are many people out there who understand that, and think like me that these are part of cuemaking history.

Thanks to Sean Brown from who was able to pick that nice and classic Southwest up for me.
This was my first Southwest and I am able to understand the hipe about them a little bit better know.
For many years and decades I heard these where obviously the best hitting cues on the planet.
And of course, the hit feels really well. I like the hit of a Gina,Cognoscenti or a Chudy more, but it still feels awesome.

I was happy to get a maple one with ebony points, because I think that´s the most classic color combination, too.
I know Jerry Franklin loved Pau Ferro as the best hitting wood, but that´s Jerry, and this is no "Jerry One" :lol:
Another thing I really like about that cue are the rings on all positions. I love to see nice rings,
and I love the see them at both ends of the wrap, so these veneers and rings in maple/red/ebony got my attention.

Hopefuly you will like the pics and the color combination of that cue, and of course the maple and ebony has a nice grain, too.



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