Andy Gilbert Titlist Conversion


Andy Hits a home run with this conversion. Very clean look with just enough abalone inlays to accent the cue without overwhelming it. Were not sure of the date on this cue but it looks very old school. Thicker nickle rings in the collars. Old brick red brown phenolic. 1-1/2″ milk white delrin butt cap. Notched diamonds. Not saying this is a vintage cue but Andy really captures that timeless look. Andy is known for never signing his conversions, but his signature is on the C.O.A.. The joint is all natural and the ferrules are LBM. Great looking cue with a solid big pin hit.

“Received the Gilbert yesterday … exactly as promised and I’m very happy. I additionally appreciate the extra set of joint protectors – great and classy touch. Will keep my eyes on the site as I’m sure we’ll be doing some business again soon! Regards,”  David / Tomball, Texas 



Condition: Great
Weight: 18.8 oz. or 19.4 oz. Depending on Shaft
Length: 58″
Wrap: Irish Linen
Joint Pin: 3/8-10
Material: Natural
Diameter: 0.84″
Butt: 29″ / 15.4 oz.
Balance: 17-1/2″ or 18-1/2′ Depending on Shaft
Shaft 1: 12.3 mm. / 29″ / 3.4 oz.
Shaft 2: 13.1 mm. / 29″ / 4 oz.