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Ronald S.
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I'm looking for any sources that contain a torn and restored rubber band effect.

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Ronald
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Jordini
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Klutz Book of Magic and Michael Ammar's big green book.
BWind
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Ronald S.,
Jon Allen's video Spectator's Don't Exist is one of the best that teaches this effect; Jon takes the old Harry Lorayne method and turns it into a routine that makes the effect more than just a throw away.
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Jordini
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Michael Ammar has a routine as well. The one in klutz is neat because you can have the spectator cut the rubber band w/ scissors.

EDIT: I just realized that in Klutz the trick is cut and restored ribbon, but I adapted it for use w/ a thick rubber band.
Jonathan P.
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You'll find a method in one of the Dan Harlan videos. No double-band, very visual.
Ronald S.
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Thanks guys,

Johnathan, any idea which video? I'm lookin' into buying a Harlan tape and this is one of the effects I would like to have.

Thanks,

Ronald
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Joe Rindfleisch (SP) has one of the best broken and restored rubber band effects. You can see it on his website. Sorry, don't have the link at this time.


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DanHarlan
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The broken & restored band featured on Volume 2 of Magic With Rubberbands just happens to be Joe Rindfleisch's !Pans. That should save you a little time! It really is quick, visual and convincing without all the usual doubling over. Plus, you'll also learn some other B&R stuff on that volume too.
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Ronald S.
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Thanks Dan,

I'll be picking up that volume ASAP.

Ronald
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Harry Lorayne
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BWind: My original SNAP! is SUPPOSED to be presented as a throw-away. In many cases, and in my opinion, this is one of them, God save us from "improvements." HARRY LORAYNE.
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Al Angello
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Hey Guys
One of the beautiful things about the magic Café is you get to hear the opinions of experts. Here we have inputs from Dan Harlan, and Mr. Lorayne at the same time. It is a pleasure to hear form the inventors themselves.
HAVE FUN
Al Angello

PS- With all due respect to Mr. Lorayne & Mr. Harlan, my vote is for "the Mendoza move", but I'm no expert.
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Doug Arden
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In addition to the great one's mentioned, Chad Long also has a nice version.
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Quote:
my vote is for "the Mendoza move", but I'm no expert.

Firstly Al, from what I have seen of your video clips - you are too an expert!

However, although I love the Mendoza move - especially for linking rings bands etc, I still think the Ammar get ready for the broken and restored band is the best (that I have seen).

I find the get ready that much quick and innocent looking. - just my own opinion you understand...
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Ammmar

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lylaster
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I just use a Tip and switch for it. Not exactly the best way of doing it, but it gets the job done.
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On 2006-04-27 13:06, Doug Arden wrote:
In addition to the great one's mentioned, Chad Long also has a nice version.


Has Chad Long published his version?
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Lo-Key
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One of the best Broken and restored effects I have ever seen is Vinny the Godfather's" Breakaway braclet" I had heard his effect will be on one of the up comming DVDS By Paul Harris,,, Astonmishments;
give vinny a Buzz and I know he will send you a demo of this wonderful band effect.
LO
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Lo-Key
Vinny the godfather taught me to do the broken bracelet, and I have a demo of it on my web site at: http://mywebpages.comcast.net/juggleral/movie just click "rubber band man" and it will play.
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Al Angello
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Lo-Key
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Al I checked out your video, but it froze in the middle.Looks like you do some pretty tite band stuff .
thank you for posting it must be my computer,
LO
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