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Topic: Melt
Message: Posted by: Marshall Thornside (Dec 13, 2002 12:23AM)
Has anyone perchanced witnessed this great new video technique? I am familiar with it's workings. Not very impromptu but I suppose very little for sale is in this day and age.

Marshall
Message: Posted by: joseph (Dec 13, 2002 06:47AM)
Not impromptu? How long to set up? I was going to purchase, but then I read about now u c it, and don't know which one to get. :rolleyes:
Message: Posted by: Morganite (Dec 13, 2002 07:24AM)
Hello there, i have purchased melt and i think is a pretty cool trick ;). Its easy to setup (at least for me) and learn.


CYU THEre :clownonball:
Message: Posted by: kermitthefrog (Dec 13, 2002 09:06AM)
There have been threads on this. Buy Now UC It, not Melt. Now UC It is almost the exact same idea put to many more uses; it's a better value.
Message: Posted by: FCpreacher (Dec 13, 2002 11:48AM)
What is the name of the effect in Now UC It?
Message: Posted by: Chris A. (Dec 13, 2002 12:32PM)
From what I understand, melt and "now UC it" use the same gaff.

But "Now UC it" tends to cost more and comes with more routines.

In any case, the gaff is a bit "angly" and you would need to use it carefully.
Message: Posted by: kermitthefrog (Dec 13, 2002 02:12PM)
Now UC It is a gaff very similar to the idea sold in Melt. Now UC It also comes with a book of routines. The basic "killer move" explained in the Now UC It book and video is stronger and a little less angly than Melt; and then there are dozens of other routines, one of which is pretty similar to Melt anyway. Your likelihood of being disappointed is much smaller with Now UC It.
Message: Posted by: Hengky Ciptanegara (Dec 14, 2002 12:30AM)
kermitthefrog,

Just want to make sure, IS THE "MELT" USE THREAD OR REEL LIKE RAVEN?

Hengky
Message: Posted by: magician81 (Dec 14, 2002 02:00AM)
from what i know, i does not use m***** like raven.
Message: Posted by: Scott F. Guinn (Dec 14, 2002 04:09AM)
Hengky--

Nope, totally different methods.
Message: Posted by: a.lien (Dec 14, 2002 04:30AM)
Hi there,

you guys now made me curious about "Melt". Unfortunately I couldnīt find it yet beeing offered on the net. Iīd love to see a demo or at least hear the effect explained.

Can anyone help..?
alex :dance:
Message: Posted by: magician81 (Dec 14, 2002 04:37AM)
a.lien, maybe u can try http://www.magicsmith.com. i think it's there.
Message: Posted by: Morganite (Dec 14, 2002 06:53AM)
The oficial site of it is http://www.expertmagic.com ;)

ENJoy :rabbitfromhat:
Message: Posted by: alexhui (Dec 14, 2002 08:31AM)
Cool trick.I bought it when the first day it released.But I have nto perform it yet.Cos it is more like a single effect than a rountine.You do,and that's all.Nothing follows.

Alex
Message: Posted by: a.lien (Dec 14, 2002 09:27AM)
Thanks magician81 for the hint! I watched the demo and it really does look pretty cool!

Does this principal have anything to do with the vanishing nickle?

It seemed so, when the guy turned his hand around, because I could see the "black" back of his coin blink! It looked like a shell to me...

Does anyone know?!

Thanks for help!
alex
Message: Posted by: Chris A. (Dec 14, 2002 10:25AM)
[quote]
On 2002-12-14 10:27, a.lien wrote:
Thanks magician81 for the hint! I watched the demo and it really does look pretty cool!

Does this principal have anything to do with the vanishing nickle?[/quote]Different principal.

[quote]It seemed so, when the guy turned his hand around, because I could see the "black" back of his coin blink! It looked like a shell to me...[/quote]Can be a shell, but doesn't necessarily have to be a shell.
Message: Posted by: Morganite (Dec 14, 2002 10:30AM)
Hmm :) heheh, the coin that you see is a very normal coin :)


CYa
Message: Posted by: magician81 (Dec 14, 2002 11:15AM)
no m***** involved either
Message: Posted by: mel (Dec 15, 2002 01:32AM)
Hi Guys,

Melt's a great effect, well worth the price. One practise, it's a mind-blower.

Is a very simple and easy trick, I'm not trying to expose anything, but i'll try to help out here.

No M******, and it uses ANY coins, not gimmicked, this should convince you all. And As stated on the website, you might be able to vanish othe similiar items.

There's also a "card routine" bonus together with MELT. Try it, a great close-up trick !

Rgs,
Mel
Message: Posted by: psychic (Dec 18, 2002 01:18AM)
angle is an issue. a trick where it needs customisation to your physical attributes.

good effect though. Recommended.
Message: Posted by: Dan Watkins (Dec 20, 2002 10:37PM)
The mechanics of this trick can be found in T. Nelson Down's Modern Coin Manipulation written around 1900, it is far from new.