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Maker of pool cues from 1988 to present in the Chicago, Illinois area.
Brad Zaccone learned cuemaking from some of the best: Mike Bender (his brother-in-law), David Kersenbrock (a neighbor who came by regularly and gave him pointers), and Joe Gold, for whom Brad fabricates templates for the Cognoscenti cues. He started cuemaking in 1988, calling his company "Mystyque." Brad is a machinist by profession, and only makes cues on a part-time basis, at the most producing ten cues per year.
Brad makes his own polished aluminum joint pins, similar to the one used by Bender Cues, but with a slightly different thread. Most shafts are 30 inches long and the cues measure 59 inches in total length, although some cues have been made with standard 29 inch shafts. The inlay designs in Mystyque cues run the gamut from large ivory diamonds to the most delicate curls of ivory. Mystyque cues are unmarked, but can be identified by their proprietary joint pins and their silver ladder design ringwork.
Because Brad is a family man with a full-time job, he has not had much time for cue building in the past two years, and is not currently taking new cue orders.

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