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Topic: Topit Advice (which DVD or video)
Message: Posted by: SuperMagicMozart (Dec 5, 2005 06:15PM)
A few questions regarding the topit. Which DVD or tape is the best beginning source on the topit - Cloutier's or Ammars? Consider the price difference, and also consider whether it will keep me covered. I'll buy the less good one if it is still enough to get the job done. Additionally, I found a very cheap topit. Is it an okay quality (it doesn't need to last forever, it just has to get the job done). http://www.discountmagic.co.uk/product_info.php/products_id/183
Message: Posted by: Mercury52 (Dec 5, 2005 08:11PM)
I haven't seen Cloutier's, but the Ammar is very good. Tips on how to install it, handle it, performances and explanations, etc. Definitely a great bit of work for someone who knows nothing of topits, or with some experience.

Kevin
Message: Posted by: wattomagic (Dec 6, 2005 01:57AM)
I 2nd the Ammar DVD. Which is actually two DVD's in 1. Its loaded with nearly every method imaginable of topiting. There is also a few routines explained. One of my fav DVD's.

Chris
Message: Posted by: SuperMagicMozart (Dec 6, 2005 02:16PM)
Allow me to rephrase myself. If I got anything, it would probably be to Cloutier DVD right now. Is it worth it at all, or should I definitely wait? All I really need it some basic beginner stuff.
Message: Posted by: wattomagic (Dec 6, 2005 03:50PM)
As long as it teaches the basics you will be toppiting in no time. Remember use the toppit in moderation.
Message: Posted by: SuperMagicMozart (Dec 9, 2005 03:23PM)
Does the topit pattern have to match up with the one being used in whatever video or book you use?
Message: Posted by: davidpaul$ (Dec 9, 2005 11:48PM)
No the topit does not have to match with the video or book. You just have to know how to use it and install it. I wanted to mention 2 other masters of the topit not mentioned and they are Patrick Page and Jay Scott Berry. They both have great references regarding the topit. I bought 2 topits from Jay . His hook up is unique to a certain degree. You might want to check out Jay Scott Berry. Very talented peformer. (especially with the topit)
Message: Posted by: SuperMagicMozart (Dec 10, 2005 10:44AM)
Thanks.