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Loyal R
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I want to purchase a fork/spoon bending trick (with a UNgimmicked fork/spoon) but I don't know wath to buy. I'm seriously thinking about this one ( http://spectram.com/vas/product_details......._id=3707 ) is that a good one?????

Thanks!
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Jaz
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A good place to start is "The World's Greatest Magic - Metal Bending" by L&L.
Loyal R
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So that's a good one??

http://spectram.com/vas/product_details......._id=3414


And is This DVD contain the fork spikes bend??

Thanks
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Jaz
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I have WGM-MB and "Psychokinetic Silverware" by Banachek and I like WGM-MB better.
It does have forks and spike bending and you should get some ideas of you own form the video.

The price is reasonable and you get to see more than one performer.
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I agree with ya Jaz , "Psychokinetic Silverware" by Banachek is a good one for the money . Another is from Magic Makers with Chad Sanborn , you also get his Holy Grail coin routine for 20.00
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Loyal R
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Just bought the WGM-MB one!
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On 2009-01-17 07:21, Loyal R wrote:
Just bought the WGM-MB one!


Great! Let us know how it works out for you!
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mmreed
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Loyal R - the WGM dvd is one of the best. That video will expose you to many methods and performers. Watch it and see which performers you identify with then pursue the material they offer more in depth.

Also - don't limit yourself to silverware. Let your mind explore bent coins and keys as well...
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I do chad's spoon bend and always goes down well with the laypeople!
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I just purchased Liquid Magic by Morgan Strebler.
We'll see...
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I second Liquid Metal. It kills (as you can see from my Café pic).
Luis Vega
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You could buy Morgan Stebler`s Liquid Metal..

I use it all the time!!!
Corbett
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I do a spoof on spoon bending, using Zander's Precious Metal. It always gets a good laugh, especially among the magician crowd. Show a spoon and comment on the fad of spoon and metal bending. Through the process of making the spoon appear to bend, you reveal it has turned into a fork. It can be handed out, and you're clean. Whole thing takes about 30 seconds, and it's a bit of a shocker. Great opener.
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Go with liquid metal, a lot of the individual moves could be used separately to do a good show with a spoon or a fork(except of course the tine bends). The only problem is you're going to have to use softer forks or spoons for the more impressive bends. That's all right though, because many restaurants use cheap forks so its no big loss if the staff loses it or a customer steals it. After you play with it a bit you'll be able to spot the right ones pretty quickly.
Matthew Jones
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I also highly suggest Liquid Metal, I've had it for nearly a year now and this is my most requested effect right now, when I goto my local coffee shop I'm going to be doing this everytime I'm there and I'll have a better chance at getting a gig, and if I also perform Steve Haynes Casanova Inc. effect from True Astonishments there's a high probability that I'll be called back to do a show for them.
Brian Proctor
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I use liquid metal in my restaurant magic. It is the most requested thing I do. I have even given forks to my street audiences and told them to bring it with them to my restaurant and I will show them something special with it. It really does help bring in new customers.
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