Judd Fuller

ivicafranic

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Judd Fuller 2010

This is without no doubt one of the best playing cues in my collection. It is perfectly balanced and pretty stiff. I am pretty sure this is the only Oak titlist Judd ever built.
It has 3/8x10 pin with ivory joint and black leather wrap. As you know, his cues are very sought after by collectors but by players too.


About Judd

Garland C. Fuller was born and raised in Marshall, Arkansas and moved to southern California at the age of 15.
Although he started messing with cues in 1950 when he built his first cue, Judd started building his own cues in 1989 in Riverside California and he moved larlter to Yellow Jacket, Colorado
 

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ivicafranic

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Thecoats

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Cool cue and story Davor. I love the subtlety of the points and veneers in the cue. I bet that old wood really plays great.

Thanks for. sharing and play with it in the greatest of health sir

-don
 

ivicafranic

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Cool cue and story Davor. I love the subtlety of the points and veneers in the cue. I bet that old wood really plays great.

Thanks for. sharing and play with it in the greatest of health sir

-don
Thank you souch Don. It really does play amazing!
 

JoeyInCali

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Judd's shop was the first cue maker shop I visited .
Met him around '94 and ordered my first custom cue from him.
Bought 4 more cues from him . And the idiot I am sold them .
Used to frequent his shop for repairs . Saw his wife Trudy work the pantograph .
He bought McWorther's Gorton mill and pantograph when McWorther switched to CNC.
Through Alex Lao of Riverside, Efren got his cues' work done by Judd . When Efren's Meucci contract expired at the end of '97, Efren started using Judd cues .
Last time I saw Judd was in Las Vegas during the PBT World 8-Ball Championship in '98. Ordered a premium Dufferin sneaky from him .
He had a nice looking piece I saw in his shop before he left for Colorado .
He inspired me to make cues so I enrolled in a local college to learn machining in '97.
Sadly, he left us too early.
 

ivicafranic

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Judd's shop was the first cue maker shop I visited .
Met him around '94 and ordered my first custom cue from him.
Bought 4 more cues from him . And the idiot I am sold them .
Used to frequent his shop for repairs . Saw his wife Trudy work the pantograph .
He bought McWorther's Gorton mill and pantograph when McWorther switched to CNC.
Through Alex Lao of Riverside, Efren got his cues' work done by Judd . When Efren's Meucci contract expired at the end of '97, Efren started using Judd cues .
Last time I saw Judd was in Las Vegas during the PBT World 8-Ball Championship in '98. Ordered a premium Dufferin sneaky from him .
He had a nice looking piece I saw in his shop before he left for Colorado .
He inspired me to make cues so I enrolled in a local college to learn machining in '97.
Sadly, he left us too early.
Thank you for sharing this Joey!😀
 
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