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Pool Cue Price Ranges 

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Pool Cue Prices - Questions & Answers 

How much do pool cues cost?

A quality, two-piece pool cue will likely cost between $100 and $400, depending on the cue's features and construction materials.

How do I find the right pool cue for my skill level?

Short Answer number 6 to Short Question number 6

Can an amateur player use a pro-model cue?

Short Answer number 6 to Short Question number 6

Does a $500 cue play better than a $50 cue?

An expensive pool cue may play better than a cheaper cue, but it's the skill of the person holding the cue is the most important aspect.

The main difference between a $500 cue and $50 cue is mostly down to the materials used & the manufacturing techniques.

Generally speaking, cheap pool cues will be made from cheaper materials, with less overall attention to quality and performance. 

When should I get my own pool cue?

This is answer number 2 to Question number 2

How are 'play cues' different from 'house cues'?

A play cue is a 2-piece pool cue that can be easily stored in a case, for transportation and protection. 

A house cue is a 1-piece cue which can not be stored in a case, and is designed to stay wherever the pool table is located.

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