The Magic Café
Username:
Password:
[ Lost Password ]
  [ Forgot Username ]
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » Books, Pamphlets & Lecture Notes » » Loops (0 Likes) Printer Friendly Version

Andrew Wong
View Profile
Loyal user
209 Posts

Profile of Andrew Wong
Hi,

I am interested in getting this. I already own Ben Harris's Ultra Elastic Thread and I have made some loops with them but they broke very easily. Smile
I wander if Yigal Mesika's is different from Ben Harris's???
I am also interested in the rountines included in the package, what effects does it teach??

Andrew
chappelly
View Profile
Special user
Down Under
744 Posts

Profile of chappelly
Hi Andrew,
These are great,well worth the price.They are reasonably durable with care.
The routines I use from the book are;
Haunted Deck
Floating Ring [hand to hand]
Moving sunglasses.

Chappelly
MagicMan1957
View Profile
Inner circle
1446 Posts

Profile of MagicMan1957
the loops are very good, just gotta treat em GENTLY.....and watch your back lighting !
Koji Takada
View Profile
Regular user
Tokyo, Japan
146 Posts

Profile of Koji Takada
The Haunted Deck called "Valentine Pack" in "John George's Close Up Magic Vol. 1" video. This is a great routine by using loops. Just for your information.

Koji
hojeesum
View Profile
New user
Seattle
52 Posts

Profile of hojeesum
Loops are great, but you need to be careful with them they break easily. I already broke 3.
Martin Carli
View Profile
Regular user
Montreal, Canada
108 Posts

Profile of Martin Carli
Hello all,

I am using these in every close-up and stand-up show that I present. Since I am very well paid for my shows, I couldn't care less about the number of loops that I break per night (usually, I use 2-3 loops par night), and sometimes it is mandatory to break them to clean up. I have incredible success displaying feats of telekinesis with them... My highest recommendation, since I have built a reputation using such gimmicks.

Hope this helps.

Martin
korttihai_82
View Profile
Inner circle
Finland
1804 Posts

Profile of korttihai_82
You can make loops yourself without having to buy any elastic invisible thread. They can be made from stuff that allmost everybody has at home, they are as invisible as those that are on sale, but they are much stronger. I can´t explain how, because it is not my idea, but there might be coming a video where it is explained how they are made.
playzure
View Profile
Regular user
143 Posts

Profile of playzure
I think the ties system is the best method for producing loops
Doomo
View Profile
Inner circle
2320 Posts

Profile of Doomo
I will second you on the T.I.E.S. If you are gonna use loops a lot, it is the ONLY way to go...
If you ever get to a point where words have no meaning, you're probably talking to a dog.

Remember! More Bang For LESS Bucks! It is the right way!

www.rfaproductions.com
cougar261084
View Profile
Elite user
460 Posts

Profile of cougar261084
Buy jon le clair's who's afraid of IT

it's hanted pack and rising card an whirling card are great

actually the le clair animator is great
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » Books, Pamphlets & Lecture Notes » » Loops (0 Likes)
[ Top of Page ]
All content & postings Copyright © 2001-2021 Steve Brooks. All Rights Reserved.
This page was created in 0.1 seconds requiring 5 database queries.
The views and comments expressed on The Magic Café
are not necessarily those of The Magic Café, Steve Brooks, or Steve Brooks Magic.
> Privacy Statement <

ROTFL Billions and billions served! ROTFL