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funstuff
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I am rather new but I am "hooked" currently on rubberband and safety pin magic. I have searched many threads and found several different references. I was hoping people could add to this is there are others and also being new I was wondering if one really would "need" all of these or is there like 1 or 2 that basically would cover everything you need to know....

Rubberbands....

Dan Harlen Bandshark DVD
Dan Harlen RubberBand Magic 3 DVD set ( very pricey )
Elastrix vol 1
Elastrix vol 2
Mendoza Method ( found link ) Not sure if still available as ebook but supposed dvd coming
Quantum Bandits/CMH ( download from penguin magic )

Pin Magic.......

Dreamweaver from the enchantment ( I have this and love it )
Pindemonium from Dan Garrett
Slydini linking pins
houdinis stealth linking pins
pinTrix ( have yet to see this anywhere just heard about it)
Andrus Pins ( same thing, heard about but cannot find )


Any more references would be appreciated and if anyone knows where to find these that I couldn't find would help also.
And like I said I have dreamweaver and was wondering if its worth it getting the others or is it overkill? Same with bands, do you need all of these or which 1 or 2 would be best? ( and I mean as far as a beginner learning them and also the WOW factor on the spectator )

THANKS
Jonathan P.
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I would say, trying to restrict to the "vital minimum":

Rubberbands:
Dan Harlan's trilogy
Pinnacle DVD (Rubberband and finger ring)

Pins:
Dan Garrett's Pin-demonium
Andrus' Pin-Trix, whch would give you plenty of idea (and will explain the Andrus' gaff which is a lot more powerful and versatile than the "dreamweaver" one.)

With those 4 tools, you could begin a long long journey into pins and rubberbands magic.

Jonathan.
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Pinnacle as mentioned above is the big one
Star Gazer is another goody with the right patter (pop-idol - theme works for me)
Mendoza also useful for replacement ending on pinnacle & broken/restored
catch you later

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BREAKAWAY BRACLLET AND lIQUID BAND
Muy two latest effects with rubberbands , if you want to see deoms pm mre with e mail address and I will send them.
These effects are also on my dvd the Godfather
vinny
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On 2005-01-25 14:18, Clarioneer wrote:
Pinnacle as mentioned above is the big one
Star Gazer is another goody with the right patter (pop-idol - theme works for me)
Mendoza also useful for replacement ending on pinnacle & broken/restored


What is this Star Gazer effect and where can I find more on it?? All I can find is a reference to a Postcard effect, nothing with rubberbands .

And thanks for the demos vinsmagic, very nice effects!!!
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Star Gazer by Alan Woong is a good ending for any rubberband routine where one rubberband becomes a star. I would also like to add the works of Sol Stone for safety pin magic.
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