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The GodFather
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Hello friends. I have more than 15 professional illusions. I have many suspensions, and now its time to add a real levitation in my act. I already have pole levitation, but I need something with no visible support.

I am looking to purchase a levitation illusion (not a a suspension). There are many in the market, examples: Lighter than air, chair, stool, 360, Gamoto (something like that), etc.

I don't like to seat on a chair. I need an illusion that I can remove everything during the effect.

Please help me to make my choice by let me know the good and the bad of the levitations you may own.

Transportation, weight, number of assistants, angles, size, set up time, distance from audiences etc. are the thinks that I don't know about this illusions.

Have it in mind that I perform in big theater but also in smaller venues so, I like a levitation that if is possible, to work everywhere with proper angles.

Thank you very much.
"My goal is to spread around happiness and entertainment, by erasing the illusion of time and live in eternity "

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Does anyone has Gamoto levitation? comments ...
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Now the search feature works again,
do a Magic Café search,
there are endless discussions about this very topic,
best of luck.

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Magellan Witch & Magellan Solo
Search here and youtube

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Give us more info - do you need a horisontal or vertical levitation, for you or for your assistant? How much money can you spend on this illusion?
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I have used the levi made by Splash and it is great. There is one for sale on Magic Auction.

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The GodFather
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I need a horizontal levitation for my assistand.
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How about the double levitation by William Kennedy? I go for it. Is not cheap and it is not an small prop, but that´s great!

Good luck!
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I need something that is ok to trasport. A horizontal assistand levitaion. Something that doesn't need a huge stage and one day to set up.

Does anyone know anything about what is called gamoto levitation? (something like this)
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Godfather, see this whole discussion:

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......rum=7&31
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On 2008-01-19 13:42, Caveat Lector wrote:
I have used the levi made by Splash and it is great.
John


I second that. It really is a clever (and beautiful) piece. Highly recommended.
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What you say about Fechner barsool levitation...is angle proof could be done on any light even in day light and is very very quiet.
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Any more help?
As I said I need a horizontal assistand's levitaion.
What choices I have?

Where I can see gamolo vevitation video?
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Geesh! Search the Café,
there are links to three of four Gamolo videos,
not that they are that great,
but they are here!

My new motto:
"Café Members help those who help themselves."
Anyone else wanna join?

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I highly recommend the Magellan Sohi, solo, and the witch, from my own professional experience for angles, portability, and amazement.
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The levitation by Splashes Creative is highly innovative, with a unique engineering concept that you would never think of.

It requires no backdrop to hide the levitation apparatus. It uses a base that does not need to be raised two to three feet above the floor. It collapses down and can be transported without a van. It does not require any special lighting, nor any BA fabrics.

It is truly a beautiful illusion, and a wonderfully made prop.
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If you are really looking for a Levi to add to your act and for it to be serious I would re3commend Splashes or the double Levi, as for the barstool and stuff like that and the levi's that you rise a foot or two are 'nice' to play with but show the youtube video to laymen and see what their reactions are. If you have to save up I recommend you do and get a Splashes levi or Willie Kennedys Air Time, when it comes to levi's you kinda get what you pay for!
The GodFather
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Where I can see a demo of Splashes levitation and
Willie Kennedys Air Time.

Any webpage?

Thanks
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You can see the Splashes levi on Ryan Joyce's site or n his Demo Reel for this year.
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And the double levi can be seen here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCK4Jc-tgtE

That is Jason, he is a member here...Jasonb
nice guy! Ask him about it!
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