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Topic: Great Scott - its Magic.Com - Scott F. Guinn
Message: Posted by: Kjellstrom (Apr 5, 2006 06:05AM)
Let us know if this is worth buying!

http://www.greatscott-itsmagic.com/

Content in Scott F. Guinn´s DVD:

1) Idaho Travelers A simple, strong version of the Vernon classic
2) A Visit to Boise: Scott’s streamlined handling of Larry Jennings’ “The Visitor”
3) Red Hot Mama’s Lips: Red Hot Mama with a charming theme and a killer kicker!
4) Peanut, Butter & Jelly: Scott’s favorite effect. Many have called this the best sponge ball routine out there!
5) Magic Western Union: Larry Jennings exclaimed that this was the best presentation for “Flying Eagles” he’d ever seen!
6) Universal Appeal: A very easy but extremely powerful “Universal Card” routine
7) What the...?: Super easy effect inspired by Marlo’s “Devilish Miracle”
8) Treasure Valley Twist: Yes, it’s a “twisting” routine -- but just wait until you see it!
9) Simply Stop: Simple in method, strong in impact
10) Magic Jumprope: Kids show rope routine -- lots of fun!
BONUS: Great Scott’s Ring & Rope Routine
Message: Posted by: shomemagic (Apr 5, 2006 06:49AM)
Scotts material is Excellent..the peanut butter and jelly sponge routine is GREAT its a stand alone marketed trick too.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Apr 5, 2006 08:01AM)
This is for the PBJ.


[url=http://www.videocodezone.com/videos/f/family_guy/peanut_butter_jelly_time.html]Peanut Butter Jelly Time video by Family Guy[/url]
Message: Posted by: Royston South (Apr 5, 2006 08:32AM)
Paisa23 isn't that the peanut butter and jelly banana routine" by Dan Garrett "
Message: Posted by: Review King (Apr 5, 2006 09:42AM)
It is a wonderful DVD. The routines are "workers" and he's a delite to watch!!
Message: Posted by: ralphdean (Apr 5, 2006 11:22AM)
The jokes are corney but the magic is fun. There are a couple of walk around sets on this DVD. PB&J is one of the best sponge ball routines around.
Message: Posted by: T.House (Apr 5, 2006 01:11PM)
This is a very nice dvd. Lots of material for a variety of different types of performances. The two rope effects are really excellent. Don't overlook the Magic Jump Rope if you do family shows. I also like most of the card effects. Overall, I find myself going back to this dvd time and time again.

Bruce
Message: Posted by: fbnc (Apr 5, 2006 01:51PM)
Yes, This DVD is well worth owning everything on it is very useful,
I like the way he teaches, very well thought out, covers all the subtlety of the tricks.
Message: Posted by: Mesquita (Apr 5, 2006 02:23PM)
I'm having trouble with the URL --> http://www.greatscott-itsmagic.com/

Is it just me?

Thanks
Message: Posted by: joseph (Apr 5, 2006 03:03PM)
Url worked for me....
Message: Posted by: fbnc (Apr 5, 2006 03:30PM)
Just so you know, you need a sanda gimmick for the PBJ sponge ball routine.
Message: Posted by: shomemagic (Apr 5, 2006 05:21PM)
Finally a use for the Sanada gimmick..well Henry Evans has some nice applications for it.
Message: Posted by: magicstudent (Apr 5, 2006 07:25PM)
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On 2006-04-05 07:49, shomemagic wrote:
Scotts material is Excellent..the peanut butter and jelly sponge routine is GREAT its a stand alone marketed trick too.
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Where can I find the stand alone PB&J trick? I tried to search it and the result always the other PB&J trick using peanut butter jar and jelly jar that changed place under cylinder cover....

Thx,
Jeffrey
Message: Posted by: ralphdean (Apr 5, 2006 07:45PM)
Email Scott at scottfguinn@msn.com, it is what I did.
Message: Posted by: Scott F. Guinn (Apr 6, 2006 06:14AM)
Hi, Jeffrey!

The routine itself is available only from me as a PDF file. Send me $10 via Paypal to scottfguinn@msn.com and I will email it to you. It is 8 pages with nearly 30 photos and includes all the patter and presentation. You will need three sponge balls (1.5 inch supersoft), a purse frame and a Sanada Gimmick (aka Goshman sponge ball gimmick). All are available from most dealers for a modest fee.
Message: Posted by: Scott F. Guinn (Apr 6, 2006 06:16AM)
[quote]
On 2006-04-05 09:01, paisa23 wrote:
This is for the PBJ.


[url=http://www.videocodezone.com/videos/f/family_guy/peanut_butter_jelly_time.html]Peanut Butter Jelly Time video by Family Guy[/url]
[/quote]

Don't know what that is, but it isn't me and it isn't my routine.
Message: Posted by: magicstudent (Apr 10, 2006 06:57PM)
Thanks Scott,
I am still trying to find the Sanada Gimmick from some online shops since it is not available in my country. Once I get it I will PM you for the routine.

Rgrds,
Jeffrey
Message: Posted by: Review King (Apr 10, 2006 07:09PM)
Scott's Peanut, Butter & Jelly is KILLER. Very funny and magical!
Message: Posted by: FCpreacher (Apr 10, 2006 08:04PM)
Wow, that really surprises me. I love this DVD for Idaho Travellers and Camellion Cards (as well as a few others). I thought PB&J was the weakest effect on the entire DVD. Don't get me wrong, I love Scott's stuff (I purchased his ring & rope routine years ago and have been using it ever since), but I am very surprised that is the routine people are raving about.

FC
Message: Posted by: Ron Giesecke (Apr 10, 2006 11:21PM)
Differences of opinion are amazing, and interesting.

Scott's sponge-ball routine, to my mind, is the only one I've seen that actually departs from any real predictability(amongst those in the know).

It's good.
Message: Posted by: what (Apr 12, 2006 06:37PM)
This video is very practical. It has routines that will work in many performing situations. His "Magic Western Union" coins accross is excellent.

I have been working on his Ring & Rope routine over the last few weeks and really enjoy it. Good Stuff

Mike
Message: Posted by: FCpreacher (Apr 13, 2006 09:30AM)
Oh yes, Magic Western Union is the best presentation I have ever seen for flying eagles. INCREDIBLE!

FC
Message: Posted by: Powermagic (Sep 1, 2009 11:28AM)
Does anyone still still this DVD? I can not find it at the link.
The link does not have any order info.
Message: Posted by: Zombie Magic (Feb 25, 2013 07:51PM)
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On 2009-09-01 12:28, Powermagic wrote:
Does anyone still still this DVD? I can not find it at the link.
The link does not have any order info.
[/quote]

Penguin has it:

http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/S15162

I do Flying eagles, so this jumped out at me in the descriptions: "Magic Western Union: Larry Jennings exclaimed that this was the best presentation for "Flying Eagles" he'd ever seen!"
Message: Posted by: motown (Feb 25, 2013 07:56PM)
Zombie, do you have this DVD?
Message: Posted by: Zombie Magic (Feb 26, 2013 01:21AM)
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On 2013-02-25 20:56, motown wrote:
Zombie, do you have this DVD?
[/quote]

No Motown, I don't.

I found some Youtube clips from the DVD. I really like the way he performs.

Idaho Travelers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s32foNufCxs

Red Hot Mama's Lips
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTY1ZNkB3aE

Treasue Valley Twist
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCuyBy_oNqk

Universal Appeal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilD4n3q05PY
Message: Posted by: Blindside785 (Feb 26, 2013 06:29PM)
Where would you get a ring for a ring and rope routine?

Western Union, I'm gonna start performing it!
Message: Posted by: Leo Reynolds Jr (Feb 26, 2013 07:48PM)
A ring like this one http://themagicwarehouse.com/cgi-bin/findit.pl?x_item=TA1326&keyword=BRASS RING

Best
Leo Jr
Message: Posted by: wally (Jan 18, 2017 06:35AM)
Anyone use Scott f guinn kids jumprope routine, wish I could find a clip.
Message: Posted by: Scott F. Guinn (Jan 18, 2017 07:31PM)
Hi Wally! The jumprope routine is pretty much pure presentation. A clip would negate the need to purchase, and as I no longer own the rights (Chris Wasshubber at Lybrary does), I don't feel it would be good to post one.

For anyone coming across this topic, please note that it was started almost eleven years ago as I write this. All the links above are dead. I no longer own or operate a website, and I do not sell anything. Chris at Lybrary bought the rights to all of my material. You can find my DVD and ebooks (about 50 items total at this time) at http://www.lybrary.com/scott-f-guinn-m-235.html
Message: Posted by: imgic (Jan 21, 2017 09:22PM)
I recently picked this up during a sale at Lybrary. Highly recommend it. Routines are practical and easily adapted to performers personal style.

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