Sneaky Pete Cues
The Sneaky Pete or Hustler style cue is the oldest and most traditional design for a two piece cue. The original concept for the Sneaky Pete was to create a higher end cue that would look like a standard bar cue when assembled.
Today, fewer people buy Sneaky Pete cues for the sole purpose of hustling unsuspecting pool players and more folks pick them up because of their design. Because of the traditional style and inherent beauty of the Sneaky Pete, it remains one of the most popular and best selling pool cue design styles on the market today.
Mezz loves their simple, yet striking designs and the ZZSPC is no exception! This beautiful cue has a bright Maple forearm inlaid with some bold Cocobolo points, all mounted onto a Cocobolo wrap section by a series of inlaid Blackwood arches at the base of each. It's a subtle design overall, but combined with the WX700 shaft, this is one sleek and effective ball-pocketing machine!
Even Mezz, with their beautiful woodwork, can make a sneaky cue every now and then! By that token, say hello to their newest creation! This beauty is mostly Blackwood with some absolutely beautiful woodgrain. That extends up onto the forearm into some extended points spliced in with some bright, beautiful curly maple that stretches up to the joint. Learn More
Focus on the mechanics of your shots and win games with the Mezz ZZSP sneaky Pete pool stick. The simple appearance of this cue uses laminated ebony on the sleeve, which continues up the cue to form points on the Birdseye Maple forearm. However simple its design, there is nothing simple about the meticulous assembly and superior craftsmanship behind this cue. Learn More