Meucci Cues & Pool Sticks
These cues are designed and developed by Bob Meucci, and offer a tremendous value. The Meucci line of pool cues play with a softer, more consistent hit, which reduces cue ball deflection. Additionally, these pool sticks are built with one priority in mind...
and thats to give every player more power with less effort.
Its been well-documented that the choice of a high-quality pool cue can make a significant difference in the consistency and level of play of a billiards player over time. Typically, you would expect to pay anywhere between $100 - $3000 for a intermediate-to-professional grade cue, however the most expensive cues might not provide you with any additional “playability” benefits than a lower priced pool stick.
Meucci cues provide a very affordable pool cue, that gives you all the features you need, but none you don’t.
Meucci Hall of Fame 6 HOF-6 'City Lights' Pool Cue Stick
Meucci 97-31b Olympian Torch Pool Cue Stick with Carbon Pro Shaft
Bob Meucci designs and crafts his namesake Meucci pool cues in Byhalia, Mississippi. His family-owned and operated business goes beyond just crafting beautiful pool cues. The factory is part of a pool hall and lodge where anyone can spend a week, learn from professional billiards players, and have an entire billiards experience. Discover more about this brand and way of life with our brief guide for Meucci pool cues.
Is Meucci a Good Pool Cue?
Absolutely, This High-tech construction and handmade craftsmanship combine to create affordable, intermediate and high-end Meucci cues for the aspiring billiard professional.
Where Are Meucci Pool Cues Made?
At the Meucci Family Billiards Lodge in Byhalia, Mississippi, where you can make a vacation out of your passion for billiards.
When you stay, you get free lessons for a group of five people, and private lessons are available. You can also pay for an annual membership or a guest membership. A courteous hostess will serve you food as you learn to play pool and have fun.
How To Identify a Meucci Pool Cue?
Look on the butt cap to see the Meucci name in a cursive signature font. Meucci cues before 1990 say “Meucci Originals” instead.
What Are the Best Meucci Pool Cues?
Meucci Gambler pool cues have a poker card theme. At anywhere from $600 to $2,000, these intermediate pool cues will definitely help you be more accurate and precise with your shots.
How Are Meucci Pool Cues Made?
One of the more striking designs entails the ‘The Pro’ shaft. High-tech laminated adds layer upon layer of Hard Rock Maple, 35 layers in all. This is just one of the many handcrafted elements that go into Meucci cues.
This design does two things:
It helps distribute the forces in the shaft better and more evenly, so you have better control over your shot. It also reduces the weight of the pool cue, allowing you to maneuver it more effectively and acutely.
You can’t go wrong with high-tech and handcrafted at the same time.
Where Can I Purchase Meucci Pool Cues?
Right here at Billiards King. We sell Meucci break cues, jump cues, and high-performance cues.
If you don’t see one here, let us know and we’ll try to order it for you.