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I'm selling Willi Wessel's Close-Up Ring and Rope Routine. Check out the DVD-selling section under my name. Smile
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On 2006-02-21 21:38, Jimmy Joza wrote:
All great suggestions! If I may add one other suggestion to further confound things: Flip's Ring on Rope routine, on his "Flip's Truly Magical Rope Magic" DVD, is also good.

I really like Flip's magic, but his Ring and Rope routine is totally confusing, even for laymen. I have seen much better, much clearer routines than this. As much as I like Flip, and pretty much all of his other stuff, his Ring and Rope routine is not good.
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I'm surprised Peter Samelson's Ring and Rope routine, from Theatrical Close-up, hasn't been mentioned. Great routine. I use it all the time in walk-around.

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Ring and rope routine notes/booklet required by David Williamson.
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As mentioned in one of the above posts, Aldo Colombini, has two great "Ring and Rope" routines. Aldo Colombini's "Still Ringing" effect is an incredible 8-phase ring & rope routine, and his "Ringing Around Too" is comical, five-phase ring and rope routine.

Aldo has many great rope, sponge ball, and cards tricks that are very easy to do, and they get great reactions from the audiences. If you are ever interested in performing any ring & rope, rope, sponge ball, or card effect, I would first check out any of Aldo Colombini's magic tricks. Any tricks by Aldo would be my first choice.
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I started working on a Ring & Rope routine from Scott Guinn this last weekend. It has some very nice moments. I recommend it.

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Thank you, Mike! For anyone who is interested, a photo-illustrated PDF file of my routine is available by sending $7.50 by Paypal to me at:
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Can it be done with one of those yellow, plastic, Lance Armstrong-type rings?
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I use Aldo Colombini's routine, but with a variation. I showed it to him when he was here in Manila, and he seems to approve of it. I was using Still Ringing.

During his lecture, I was surprised that he changed the finale of Ringing Around Too. According to him, he changed it for the simple reason that he wanted a stronger finish.

BTW, I use a white, slightly heavy, white bus ring; the one that you hold on to when you're standing up in a bus.
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