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Anatole
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My zwei Pfennige:
I don't think that the D'Lite effect adds a whole lot to the routine. Removing the lights from the cane and swallowing them just doesn't do a lot for me. But then I've never been fond of "light-up dancing canes." if you want to do it, though, why not just "blow" the lights back onto the cane rather than gesture with the right hand to bring them back? After all, the lights are theoretically in your mouth, and like Marvyn Roy/Mr. Electric's act, it makes sense to reproduce them after swallowing them.

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Iused a hollowed out balsa wood cane Jeff McBride bought me from England.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56bbFkC2Wq4
from front row and a light.
I was emcee and filled the slot last minute.
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Don't order from china magic / gosh magic / 52 magic, they are all the same company, still waiting for a refund after ordering something, and they don't have it in stock, 3 weeks ago,
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I've been looking into getting a dancing cane for the past month and I can't find anything great on the market? How's your experience with the Tango been? I know this post has been inactive for a while, I reckon you've had time to play with it?
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You may want to look into the David Mann canes. Here's a youtube video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1qpRYJWKYA

And here is the link to the webpage:
http://www.davidmannmagic.com/the-magic.html

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Wow that looks really good. Thanks for the tip!
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The David Mann routine
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsATMJi5nzg
and the Juan Miraz Tango Magic routine
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQyccwLUfFw
have some similarties.

Both, for instance, do a "propeller move" where the cane spins like an airplane propeller; and both do a move where the cane is sort of stationary in a vertical position--right hand at the top and left hand at the lower half--and then the hands switch position.

----- Amado "Sonny" Narvaez
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WACK-O-MAGIC still has the best canes... and every batch he makes they get better... The new ones don't have the seam down the side of the cane... more stable in temperature as there is less chance of it warping.



http://wackomagic.com/dancingcane.html
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