McDermott cues makes our top 10 for there unique design and great use of exotic woods. Mcdermott features their G-Core Shafts but maintains the traditional feel of a great playing cue.
Features & Specs:
Rosewood forearm and natural Birds-eye Maple butt with 12 pewter/turquoise/qhite & black deco inlays, wrapless handle, and white Impact control ring.
Wood: Rosewood, Birds-eye Maple
Joint: Impact Control Ring
Joint Rings: None
Weight: Standardized weighting system 18oz-21oz available
Butt Construction: Tri-core butt construction for straightness
Butt Cap: White with etched McDermott logo
Testing Results Review:
We have played with many of McDermott cues and they have always played very consistent although these cues tend to play and have a softer hit than a Joss which seems to use to be a great judging point between a stiffer hitting cue and a softer hitting cue a lot has to do with joss traditional shaft,stainless steel joints and collars. With a that said we enjoyed playing with this cue and if you like a softer hitting cue than this is the cue for you.