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Topic: Neon Light Bulb Suspension
Message: Posted by: Beaudini Magic (Oct 7, 2003 08:10PM)
Hello Everyone,

I have a quick question. I am looking to purchase a used Bill Smith Neon Light Suspension, but need a harness. Do I need a gossamer harness, or will any harness work with this. If anyone has one, and would be interested in selling it, that would be great. Thank you very much.
Message: Posted by: zigmont (Oct 7, 2003 08:13PM)
Bill used an owen harness then switched to the Gossamer harness.
Message: Posted by: Beaudini Magic (Oct 7, 2003 08:17PM)
Thank you Zigmont, will either one work, and what price range would I be looking at to purchase one, new or used? Thanks again
Message: Posted by: Grandillusionsmagic (Oct 7, 2003 10:39PM)
Denny and Lee sells a harness I think it is a Gossamer harness. I hope this helps.
Message: Posted by: Dennis Michael (Oct 8, 2003 03:56AM)
The [url=http://www.stevensmagic.com/shopping/shopexd.asp?id=1389][b]Gossamer Harness[/b][/url] is sold at [url=http://www.stevensmagic.com/shopping/shopexd.asp?id=1389][b]Stevens Magic Emporium[/b][/url] for $1,400. It is expensive but a beautiful piece of equipment.
Message: Posted by: g0thike (Oct 8, 2003 06:16PM)
I highly recommend the Gossamer Harness. I use it for my modified broom suspension. The harness has features and a design that allows the assistant to wear short shorts, mini skirts or any item of clothing. It is also the safest harness on the market and it is super lightweight and made of some aluminum special aerospace alloy metal. My machinist went nuts when he saw it and said it was a well-made product.

Peter Gossamer can be reached by e-mail thru: petergossamer@aol.com

Stevens Magic sells and has a pic of his harness on their website. Doug Tillford also sells it. If you want more pictures of the harness before it is purchased, just e-mail Dan Harlan who designed the ads. He can be reached at trickboy@aol.com

Additionally if you want to buy the Bill Smith Neon Light Suspension, find out what the inside diameter of the neon pole is from the seller or Bill Smith. The plug from the harness has to fit properly on the neon pole or else your assistant is in trouble. The pole and harness plug are machined to precise measurements to avoid any play.

Personally I bought a Gossamer Harness then bought plans for the broom suspension from Tannens Magic and built the whole thing with my machinist.

Message: Posted by: Chezaday (Oct 19, 2003 01:57AM)
Just a quick note... we've used the Gossamer harness for over three years... and it's the best. I've had others but this is the one that has it all figured out. It's small, safe and as comfortable as a brace can be.. well that's what I tell the girls.