Can you guys ID this cue

gtaylor

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I know this is a long shot but anyone have any clue what this cue might be


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Thanks

Greg
 

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Will "MONSOON" & SEARING!
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based on you being in Colorado, maybe it's an Ernie Martinez made cue. I know he used that brown phenolic.
 

cuesblues

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based on you being in Colorado, maybe it's an Ernie Martinez made cue. I know he used that brown phenolic.

Ernie did use that type of brown phenolic, but it's definitely not one of his cues.
Maybe Andy Gilbert, now that I've seen better pics than I saw the other day, I don't think
it's a Coker either.
 

alphadog

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Eddie farris made a # of there sw look alikes.
Ussually signed so light in pencil as to be hard to read.
 

DawgAndy

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ugh, who is the guy down in kentucky? Has made SW type cues on and off for several years...on the tip of my tongue...les blevins?.He might use brass pin though
That's beaut, been looking for a Birdseye maple cue to put a cork wrap on...Gary Medlin also used this type of style but i think those were marked GEM on the butt cap.
Or a Derek Lanthem
 
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Baron

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That right there is a Jerry Rauenzahn, from the 80's if memory serves. It was for sale here a few months back. If I remember right, one of the shafts is 30" and around 12mm and the other two are closer to full size. I love the look of that cue.
 

ADAM HENSON

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Wish I could help ya out with a maker, all I know is it's a nice one..!
 

cuesblues

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Some of you guys impress me with your ability to figure out who built these cues. What was it about this cue which made you know it was a Gilbert?

The pin, ringwork, and it looked like a Gilbert, plus I saw another "unknown" cue that I suspected was a Gilbert.
 

Type79

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Gilbert Here - Rauenzahn Over There

Gotta love Facebook.

I wonder what the buyer thought he was buying?
 

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DogLoop

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The pin, ringwork, and it looked like a Gilbert, plus I saw another "unknown" cue that I suspected was a Gilbert.

My first guess was Showcase ... until I saw under the bumper.
I'm with Ted on this one; Gilbert.
 
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