Price: $631.20   $9.95 shipping

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Product Overview

Schon has emerged as the standard bearer for the industry. Their superior quality and inspired design over the years has resulted in incredible playability and salability. Once you own a Schon cue you will probably never want to part with it, but if you ever do, don't be surprised if it fetches a price that is higher than what you paid.

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Product Features

How it plays - Schon cues have a stiff hit due to the stainless steel piloted joint and shorter taper

Tip - 13mm proprietary backed tip, hard

Ferrule - Proprietary "Schon" brand, developed to hit like ivory

Shaft - 29" long with a 10" to 12" pro taper, hard rock maple

Collar - Black proprietary plastic with a nickel silver ring

Joint - Polished stainless steel, piloted

Pin - 5/16" 14 pitch, stainless steel

Forearm - Stained birdseye maple with six floating cocobola points and six diamond shaped synthetic granite inlays outlined in cocobola (colors of synthetic granite will vary) Synthetic granite is a man made stone like material proprietary to Schon.

Rings - Three alternating ebony and ivory rings each enclosed by two nickle silver rings, often referred to as "Balabushka rings"

Wrap - Irish linen, black with white specs

Sleeve - Birdseye maple with six diamond shaped stone inlays and six "V" shaped cocobola inlays

Plate - White proprietary plastic

Bumper - Black rubber, and is secured by a screw which threads into the weight bolt in the bottom of the cue

Product Details


Schon

Schon Custom Cues came into existence in 1981 and we have been at our Burnham St. location since 1986. We have a miniscule output , sometimes going 2 weeks without actually finishing any cues. I frequently hear the all knowing term "roduction cue" applied to our cues with an implied sneer. The fact is that we are one of the oldest custom cuemakers in the world with a total staff today of 5 people. I personally design, finish and test every cue myself. Everyone here is a full time craftsman, not telemarketers or corporate hypsters. The only thing we do is make cues...Evan Clarke