Joss Model 10-N7


Featuring classic ebony points and mother of pearl inlays the Joss N7 model cue continues to be among the bestselling cues in the Joss line some 20+ years after its original introduction.

This is the same style cue we made for the 1986 classic movie “The Color of Money” This cue has become a “must have classic” that has been collected by cue enthusiast the world over. The well-known rear of this cue has five large pearl diamonds matched by four small pearl diamonds in the black points. Colors in the points are red and natural with a black veneer outline. The wrap shown is natural linen with a black spot but can be an embossed cowhide leather just select that upgrade when you order.

All new Joss Cues® have a core of hard rock maple through the full length of the cue. The front will be either curly maple or flame birch.

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N7 “The Color of Money”

In 1986, pool hustler “Fast” Eddie Felson, Paul Newman, returned to the silver screen after 25 years to mentor Vincent Lauria, Tom Cruise, a pool player that reminds Eddie of himself.  Early on in the film, The Color of Money, Fast Eddie shows Vincent a pool cue that they both refer to as a Balabushka.

While this cue is a beautiful and extraordinary cue, it is not a Balabushka but rather it is, in fact, a cue made by Joss Cues®.

Additional information

Weight3 lbs
Dimensions30 × 2 × 2 in