The objective of the cut I’m making below is to get enough of the fat side of the stick turned on the stick’s axis (which, from the perspective of the stick, is new — all the pieces before were turned on their own axis’, this step is getting them all on the same page, so to speak.)
Apologies for the video below — it’s a quick look, half out of focus, half at my hand and fingers instead of the joint pin — but a valiant effort on my part nonetheless — to shoot video while wiping away the excess epoxy from your joint pin. (Later I’ll buff the pin.)
The pin’s in, and straight, and from this point I’ll turn the stick from the joint pin, ensuring the entire piece is on the same axis as the pin.
Stick #025 “Dizzy Christmas”$899.00 – $1,349.00
Stick #024 “Sarah Phim”$899.00 – $1,024.00
Stick #023 “Pale Horse”$899.00 – $1,349.00
Stick #022 “Bruiser”$899.00 – $1,349.00
Stick #020 “Plain Ash Stick”$699.00 – $999.00
Stick #021 “Bob” aka “Black Orange Black”$999.00
Stick #019 “Seraphim”$799.00 – $999.00
Stick #003: Dennis’ Stick (Purchased)$899.00
Stick #001 Purple Object Ball Eater (Purchased)$899.00
If your cues are as good as your writing, it’ll be amazing.
Awesome looking, awesome workmanship, Awesome cues.
This is all wonderful!!! I know you’ll have a ball watching and doing all this. Wish I could see it…
The green looks brown to me so I like that. If it is a brighter green in reality I switch…
Thank you Roselene!
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