Price: $236.00   $9.95 shipping

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Product Overview

In the film The Color of Money, the famous scenes with Tom Cruise flipping his cue around like a Samurai sword were shot using a cue made by Joss. This cue is immortalized today in the production cue called the N-7, which is aptly named the Color of Money cue. This cue is made to emulate the work of Geroge Balabushka, the maker of Cruise's character's playing cue.

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Product Features

How it plays - Joss cues hit stiff due to the stainless steel joint, shorter taper and thicker shaft diameter

Tip - 13.25 mm Triangle brand, hard

Ferrule - "Aegis Linen"- aegis is a linen based plastic that is designed to hit like ivory.

Shaft - 29" long with a 9" to 10" pro taper, hard rock maple

Joint - Piloted, has a stainless steel collar with black plastic rings

Pin - Size is 5/16" 14 pitch, stainless steel

Forearm - Birdseye maple stained black

Wrap - Irish linen, black with white specs

Sleeve - Ebony and cocobola with six horizontal white holly lines and six oval shaped mother of pearl inlays

Plate - White, and made of Herculite, a durable material that doesn't crack or break

Bumper - Threaded rubber with "Joss" emblem stamped on it

Product Details


Joss takes the profession of cue making very seriously. Always looking for ways to improve the playability and beauty of a cue, Joss continues to preserve the traditional look and values of oldtime cue making. Each cue is marked with a unique serial number on the joint to increase value and create distinctive character. A Joss cue is a real family effort, which results in a company that cares about its products and you.