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The Legacy

Great players know that a cue's performance and durability flow from the structural design, construction, and the materials the craftsperson selects when making the cue. Great players know the legacy of quality and craftsmanship in the Schuler Cue.

In the 1950's and 1960's, Hall of Fame cue craftsman Herman Rambow set the standard with the astonishing performance of his cues. In the 1970's Ray Schuler, mentored by Herman Rambow in the cue-making art, added an innovative joint to the legendary Rambow design. That joint - now known around the world as "the Schuler Joint" was just the first of many innovations that Ray Schuler introduced while continuing the legacy of fine, hand-selected woods, careful craftsmanship, and unswerving passion for the game.

Now the legacy continues: a new generation of designers and craftspeople, mentored by Ray Schuler until his passing in November 2002, are producing custom Schuler Legacy Cues for champions around the world. And each Schuler Legacy Cue is made with the quality, passion and innovation that merits the famous Ray Schuler signature.

In the 1950's and 1960's, Hall of Fame cue craftsman Herman Rambow set the standard with the astonishing performance of his cues. In the 1970's Ray Schuler, mentored by Herman Rambow in the cue-making art, added an innovative joint to the legendary Rambow design. That joint - now known around the world as "the Schuler Joint" was just the first of many innovations that Ray Schuler introduced while continuing the legacy of fine, hand-selected woods, careful craftsmanship, and unswerving passion for the game.

Now the legacy continues: a new generation of designers and craftspeople, mentored by Ray Schuler until his passing in November 2002, are producing custom Schuler Legacy Cues for champions around the world. And each Schuler Legacy Cue is made with the quality, passion and innovation that merits the famous Ray Schuler signature.

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