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Zombie Magic
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Magick Balay does a great routine. My FAVORITE part is at 1:08 into the demo.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMM1ha4nrDs
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Zombie, I definitely like that routine but, you might find the " World Greatest Magic" series on the ring and rope more useful. Try looking up Dan Fleishman's version.
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I've been doing ring and string since the 1960's. I just thought Café members would enjoy Magik's performance of a gaff trick. It's been around for quite awhile. Fantasma's version has a pattern on the lace that masks the gaff usage.
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Yeah, it's an awesome routine and he keeps a good pace along with the added feature of the pattern on the string to make a totally deceptive effect.
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Tipped it to me with those comments, I thought it was pure. Then again, why would a demonstrator do the straight version.
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Yea zombie I love this effect.and still used it today.magick is so fun to watch.hes very good and comical.
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That was an EXCELLENT dealer dem of a pretty standard gaff - that many would turn their noses up at in favour of the latest one-trick DVD.
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If I remember correctly, its a bit on the expensive side for what it is...
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My new dvd has a ring and string (or rope) segment.
using the ring and spring
http://ringnspring.blogspot.com/
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Fantasma's release of an old U.F. Grant item called Swing-a-ring.
What's old is new again.
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Quote:
On 2012-11-16 15:34, swayne100 wrote:
If I remember correctly, its a bit on the expensive side for what it is...
I picked one up on Amazon for a really great price a few years ago.
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This is my work on Ring On String using just the middle of the string to go on and off the rope for real.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzjT8Y4VxZs
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Looks great vmendoza nice work.
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Yes, vmendoza... thank you for sharing your performance.
I also enjoyed the Magick Balay presentation at the start of the thread. I actually purchased that ring & shoelace effect at a 5-below store near me and haven't played with it yet, but inspired me to dig it out of the drawer.
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Nice routine Vinny..
Looks like fun to play around with. ...
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." (Einstein)...
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Thanks fellas... I've gotten a couple of emails asking if it's gimmicked? No. It's all done with sleights and the ring really goes on the string. I usually have the spectator tug on it a couple of times to allay any suspicion.
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Very nice!
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I used to demonstrate at magic conventions for Bob Little and this was ALWAYS one of my favorites to demo! He did a great job!
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Wow, I also do like the Balay demo at the beginning..confused, though, as it seems Fantasma has 3 different products for this effect, so not clear which this is, ring-scape, ring escape (20.00 version), ring escape with magic balay (32.00 version)???
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Sorry I forgot to mention the first post ,Magick Balay demo's the trick great,nice bits of biz going on .
I bet he sells tuns of them.
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