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Awesome Billiards Brands Edition (10/23/12)
Every week, there's a bit of a tendency in these emails to give love to the products and brands that either are new or are well known. As a result, from time to time there are brands and cue lines that get a bit lost in the shuffle.
So with that in mind, this week we're talking about some of our lesser known brands. These are some fantastic cue lines that play great, but don't always get the love that we show to brands like Lucasi, Joss, McDermott and Predator.
After you're done checking out these cue lines, be sure to check out the latest article from Samm Vidal-Diep. This week, Samm has her Halloween mojo on and will be talking about four key ways to handle and control your fears when it comes to playing pool. And away we go!
Elite Pool Cues
When people hear the brand Elite, the first thing that typically comes to mind is their awesomely popular 27oz break cue. What most people don't realize though is that this is only one of many cues in the line.
Elite cues (like the one pictured here) make use of some of the most beautiful woods you'll ever see. Rosewood, cocobolo, tulipwood and birdseye maple are just a few of the woods that can be found in Elite cues. Plus, every Elite includes a 1 year manufacturer's warranty against defects.
Pechauer Pool Cues
Blade Pool Cues
5280 Pool Cues
Samm Diep's Cue Tips: Fear Factor
If you're a thespian or musician, the term is "stage fright." For athletes, it's more commonly referred to as "performance anxiety." In pool, we simply "choked" or in this case, "dawged it." No matter what you call it, the affects are the same: dry mouth, sweaty palms, elevated body temperature, increased heart rate, and nervous shakes and jitters.