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hugmagic
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I am working on a thumb palm of a harpsicord but a piano is a little to large. Too hard of angles to hide.

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Andrew Zuber
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I think magicians in the 1600s palmed harpsichords if I'm not mistaken...the piano hadn't been invented yet. Glad to see you're bringing this class back.
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If you do the color change with a Piano...do the silks have to be only black and white?
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On 2009-06-22 14:08, Andrewzuber wrote:
Clinton, if you can palm a piano, you will officially be my hero. You'll be using the most ridiculous method ever created for a color changing silk routine, but when the climax comes and you produce an entire piano at your fingertips, it's going to bring down the house. I say you market this effect now before anyone else can claim it. Smile


It is actually easier for me than a card, because the black color works better with my "windows" than the color of a playing card.
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Your right arm must be HUGE!!!
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