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Author:  Jake [ Thu Nov 14, 2013 3:29 pm ]
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johnbo wrote:
I see your already understanding " CUE MAKER TIME " when did you embrace it ?

Did you learn it from anybody?




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I think i might be the new definition of cuemaker time

Author:  Jake [ Thu Nov 14, 2013 3:39 pm ]
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ELBeau wrote:
Are you building cues to order or are you building spec cues?
Do you prefer cored or uncored cues. If cored, what's your preferred coring material?
Cues built using the aid of cnc machinery: handmade, hand crafted, etc?
Other than the designs, do you have anything in construction that you feel make your cues different?
Is there a standard taper, ferrule, tip, etc?


PS- Has anyone offered to trade a website for a cue yet? If not, put me in coach! :lol:



Current building what i want with a few orders to do my thing with just trying to incorporate there style of cue.

I prefer a cue that hits good and is not likely to warp, therefore i guess i prefer cored.

Refer to TW's question

I'm not sure its different but i think i may have a few extra steps "specifically as shown to me by PFD" that give me a better chance at success. Some of the stuff is not really commonplace as shown on the internet so i've not really seen it anywhere else.
That information is of course not mine to really disclose though.

I do have my standard taper which is non-negotiable at this point. I usually do ivory ferrule standard on 1 shaft and top secret ferrule on another.

I prefer to wait for the guy who offers to build a time machine for a cue but thanks for the offer!

Author:  Jake [ Thu Nov 14, 2013 3:42 pm ]
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matcase wrote:
do you want people to play with one of your cues, or just collect them?


I want them to be played, so much so that i'll refinish and do any maintenance for free on a highend cue that people are afraid to get dirty so to speak.

Disclaimer :mrgreen:
If your a known flipper than the above scenario does not apply to you!

Author:  JimBo [ Thu Nov 14, 2013 4:13 pm ]
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I know I learned a lot from Jake and once again I thank him for taking the time out of his busy day / night to do this for us.
If there are any further questions or follow ups please ask now as this thread will be locked in a day or so.

My last question would be: Where are those pics???


Jim <------Question hog

Author:  ScottR [ Thu Nov 14, 2013 7:24 pm ]
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Jake wrote:
tattoo wrote:
JimBo wrote:
Everyone says I ask all the questions yet I have more and if given 22 seconds could think of even more, damn lazyazz people.




Jim <----Might ask more before the day is done

not lazy......i am just FAT....


i've found stress to be the best way to beat fat

I can attest to this. Jake is one wired dude.

Scott <<== being supportive in spite of the threats of lacewood and turquoise :shock:

Author:  ScottR [ Thu Nov 14, 2013 7:34 pm ]
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Kind of off topic, but Jake is one of those guys that I'd like to hang out with and talk; about a lot of topics. He can take a punch and give one. Verbally, of course (or coarse for Rick), because I'm old and stuff.

Jake is one of the many "good guys" I've met in this business and I'm very happy to have met him and his beautiful bride.

Thanks again, Jake. I'm sure answering all of our questions is several rungs below #11.

Scott

Author:  ScottR [ Thu Nov 14, 2013 7:35 pm ]
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Oh, by the way.....

Have you met Justin? He makes me look like a Munchkin!

TAR - check it out

Scott

Author:  chris byrne [ Fri Nov 15, 2013 3:09 am ]
Post subject:  Re: ATCM 11 Jake Hulsey

If you were to build yourself a cue today to play with what would it be like. Not worrying about selling it later. What would your current taste be?

Author:  Jake [ Fri Nov 15, 2013 3:23 am ]
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It will be a remake of this cue with a few changes.
Image

I planned on giving this cue to Patrick if he wants it and promises to sell it to me if he ever gets rid of it. He was the first guy to ever order a cue from me.

Author:  Jake [ Fri Nov 15, 2013 3:41 am ]
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ratcues wrote:
A follow up question, if I may;

What does a fox say?


Actually its What does the fox say?

this of course

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jofNR_WkoCE

jake<<<can only imagine Ryan listening to that on his ipod out in the shop

Author:  JimBo [ Fri Nov 15, 2013 3:45 am ]
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Jake wrote:
I planned on giving this cue to Patrick if he wants it and promises to sell it to me if he ever gets rid of it. He was the first guy to ever order a cue from me.



Fantastic cue, who is this Patrick that you refer to???

Jim <---Knows a patrick and can be called Patrick for the right cue

Author:  Patrick [ Fri Nov 15, 2013 1:00 pm ]
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I've been a fan of Jake's work from the moment I came across it. I'm really glad to see him getting the respect he deserves.

When I reached out to him I wanted something very specific setup wise, but pretty traditional in overall design.

He talked me into pushing the envelope a little and building something "fun". I can't remember how he phrased it exactly, but he told me he only wanted to build a cue that he would find challenging and something he would look forward to working on.

It was refreshing to hear.

-Patrick

Author:  63Kcode [ Fri Nov 15, 2013 7:31 pm ]
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ScottR wrote:
Jake wrote:
i've found stress to be the best way to beat fat

I can attest to this. Jake is one wired dude.

Scott <<== being supportive in spite of the threats of lacewood and turquoise :shock:


I have found Jake to be very laid back in most cases. Sadly, for you, I have never seen him not carry through on a threat!

Jake, in the last three years you have won cue of the year, been accepted at ICCS and now been accepted as a cue maker by Jimbo after only building 30 cues. With all this, what is the proudest cue building accomplishment you have achieved to date?

Larry

Author:  Jake [ Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:52 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: ATCM 11 Jake Hulsey

63Kcode wrote:
ScottR wrote:
Jake wrote:
i've found stress to be the best way to beat fat

I can attest to this. Jake is one wired dude.

Scott <<== being supportive in spite of the threats of lacewood and turquoise :shock:


I have found Jake to be very laid back in most cases. Sadly, for you, I have never seen him not carry through on a threat!

Jake, in the last three years you have won cue of the year, been accepted at ICCS and now been accepted as a cue maker by Jimbo after only building 30 cues. With all this, what is the proudest cue building accomplishment you have achieved to date?

Larry


guess i never really thought about it. More or less its just the since of acceptance and new friends I probably wouldnt have had otherwise.

Author:  JimBo [ Sat Nov 16, 2013 4:15 am ]
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63Kcode wrote:
now been accepted as a cue maker by Jimbo after only building 30 cues.

Larry


LOL

Jim <---It's a wrap, Thanks Jake

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