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magic123
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Hello everyone
I need help and an address of shops in the USA that
make the lightest dancing cane -
Thanks.appreciate your help
magic123
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Found it -Thank you
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Pete Biro
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WACKO makes the best dancing can I have ever seen. However, most performers ruin it by turning the lights down and going on too long.
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Great name ! ..if its so light would you not have to "dim' the performing area ?
apprecate any help.
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Jeff McBride sells, or used to sell the vortex canes which are the best in the business! They are a light up cane with special LEDs that are white, but when in motion create a rainbow glow. They are about 2 feet long, so a short cane for travel.
These are the best canes in the world, but they are pricy!
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You ask about "dimming" performance area. If you understand stage lighting with the necessary gimmick, you would know that it is MORE INVISIBLE with bright front ONLY lighting. PM me for more details.
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I don't want to pick on Jeff's cane, but the OP wanted to know about the LIGHTEST cane... and Jeff's Vortex canes are TANKS in weight comparison to the Creekmore, Wack-o-Magic's and several other canes out there.

And... with THESE on the open market for use at raves etc... who would be fooled by one.

http://www.flowtoys.com/product.php?prod......8&page=1

The more ordinary the object, the less likely people will connect the rave trick with magic.
magic123
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These are different -
But are they lighter than a creekmore or Wack Os ?
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No, they're heavy
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Wacko's the only way to go in my opinion.
Great price.Great gimmick.so light,and actually looks like a real walking stick.

10/10 I totally love mine,and use it to open every show .
'What the eye's see the heart must believe"
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Michael mentioned the "Flow-wand." Do you remember when "The Trick Stick" came out?
http://www.childofthe1980s.com/2010/03/0......t-270819

Lay people who know about or had the Trick Stick
http://www.childofthe1980s.com/wordpress......tick.jpg
are like people who got a set of linking rings in a Christmas or birthday magic set. They will still be fooled, amazed and entertained by a good performance and likely say, "My trick stick/flow wand doesn't do all that."

----- Amado "Sonny" Narvaez
----- Sonny Narvaez
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