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Martin Reinertz
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Contrary to many people's believes I would definitely recommend getting a wand - get a rather cheap but good looking one first and figure out if you feel the wand-use "adds" to your magic.

I got my first wand for less then $10 - and I'm still using one just like it. It's black, glossy plastik with silvery ends (not MADE of silver ;-)). BUT: I am not using it in any of my routines but I'm just holding it when I make my entrance. It helps me create a "magical" atmosphere.

In other words: I would say, just give it a try.
Brian Morgan
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Definitely, it's a great source of misdirection.
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I have loads of wands that I have collected over the years doing my children's shows. I have collapsing wands, fishing pole wands, color changing wands, giant apprearing wands, sponge wands, Silly Billy wands, the list goes on and on. The kids seem to love them all. They love to hold them and wave them. In my opinion, it is THE classic magic prop. I wouldn't be without mine.
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