Go inside this post to see how wood customization works on Shuriken fullsplice cues. How to order your own unique cue and how it will influence the price.
Today I’ll show you how to customize any Shurikencues fullsplice model with any desired wood.
As an example I will take a model called Tulip Harlequin.
Lacewood bottom and colored Hornbeam splices in exact this sequence with white center and white top – that’s what distinguish this model from other and make it unique.
But at the base of this model it’s just splices geometry called Tulip, and you can arrange wood of this splices whatever sequence you desire without any changes of total price. Exceptions are Cocobolo, Ebony and similar royal expensive woodbreeds. Feel free to ask about any wood availability, we always have something interesting to offer.
With this simple constructor on the image above I’ve visualised some color combinations for this Tulip. Nothing changed in splices geometry, but wood on splices have changed. Same principle works with any other model on http://shurikencues.com/
This constructor is manually yet, but still it would be very interesting and useful for us if you comment or email with your color/pattern ideas for this Tulip splices.
For example the top model with colored splices on the image above looks like:
top – white
1 – blue
2 – green
3 – violet
4 – yellow
5 – black
center – white
bottom – lapacho
Send us any your variants using that formatting and we’ll post visualisation of it. Comment or email: email@example.com
Next time I’ll write about custom splice geometry. It reveals huge opportunities in custom fullsplice cuebuilding.
Looking forward your comments with color ideas for Tulip model.
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