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Maker of pool cues from late 2000 to present in Corpus Christi, Texas.
William Lee has been building cues for almost five years. It started because of an interest in the skill required to make a good cue. He also had an appreciation for the craftsmanship involved. He wanted to make cues out of different materials than what are usually available. His acrylic cues are a good example of that.
William strives for perfection, but admits that it is hard to achieve it. He hopes to offer a high quality cue at a value price. He appreciates that his cues will be around longer than he will be.
William also makes some very unique pens. He uses the same kinds of materials in his pens that he uses in his cues. His small shop is equipped with a number of machines designed for special purposes.
William builds less than 30 cues per year, but each one is made one at a time. His first cues had a thick "W" engraved in the butt. Since 2003, he has been engraving the name "WilleeCue" on each one.
WilleeCues are warrantied for the life of the cue or the cuemaker. If it can be repaired; there is no charge for repair.
If you are interested in talking to Will about a new cue or cue that needs to be repaired, you can contact him at Willee Cues, listed in the Trademark Index.

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