Connelly’s Del Sol pool table is a great example of simplicity in design. Angled corners and tall, sturdy legs are key components of its solid and reliable build, which is constructed from 2-inch American hardwood cabinets and incorporates a 1¼” slate bed.
The Del Sol’s finest Connelly cushions are complemented by an extremely quiet rapid rail system for superior cushion dynamics, and a 6-inch rail surface for improved shooting hand stability. This table boasts the most responsive cushion of modern American pool tables, and its playfield boundaries are embellished with premium diamond sights (used to help calculate angles during game-play).
Today Connelly Billiards is one of the most respected American Pool table manufacturers in the world, and prides itself on being a company that was built by players for players.
With the emphasis on classic and traditional designs, Connelly is able to offer a wide variety of customisation options on their models, thereby allowing each customer to make the table they order very much their own. Thousands of potential combinations are possible, with the many variables including wood types and stains, carving details, pocket styles and even the material used for the sights.
Craig Connelly made his first billiards table shortly after leaving Arizona State University, having spent his college years working part time for a small manufacturer in Phoenix. Over the next couple of years he worked diligently engineering and perfecting his ideas for a better table, and in spite of pressures to make them faster and cheaper he refused to compromise, displaying a level of commitment that the company honours to this day. As a result a Connelly table is not only beautifully crafted but also structurally superior to almost everything else in the market place, with thicker panels, stronger beams and wider rails.
When the manufacturing plant moved from Arizona to Texas the company took most of their loyal personnel with them, where their expertise would go in hand in hand with the new tools and production systems afforded by the very latest technology.
Connelly gives us a solid, thoroughly engineered and lovingly constructed table, and one that’s guaranteed to entertain for decades to come. Check out the options lists to see how you can customise each of their designs to suit your own decor.
Reginald Waldersmith played his first pool game in 1958, and although he had a bit of initial difficulty with his cue handling (he was aghast when his opponent advised firmly holding the butt) he took an immediate liking to it. We’ve been selling games tables since 1962, so we know a thing or two about our products! Our showroom will gladly assist you on any questions you may have before or after you purchase any Games Room Company equipment.