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Maker of pool cues from 1986 to present in Greenville, South Carolina.
Mike Gulyassy was a professional player who turned to making cues. He watched Leonard Bludworth repairing cues at a pro tournament where he was playing, and thought he would like to do the same. Mike tries to make a cue that fits the player´s expectations and one that will last a lifetime. All butts are cored for extra stiffness and to prevent warpage.
Mike´s shop contains two CNC lathes and a CNC mill for inlays. He also has five manual lathes and a mill, saws, polishing machines, and various cuemaking equipment. He also has a UV spray booth.
Mike has an MG logo and date that he puts on current playing cues. A Sledgehammer logo goes on his patent-pending break jump cues. Sledgehammer is a registered trademark with the U.S. Government.
All custom cues come with a lifetime warrenty. The Sledgehammer II, made to Mike´s specifications here in the United States, has a lifetime warrenty. Mike´s original Sledgehammer comes with the ferrule/tip guaranteed for life.
If you are interested in talking to Mike Gulyassy about a new cue or cue that needs to be repaired, you can contact him at Gulyassy Cues, listed in the Trademark Index.


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