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I was wondering if there's a book out there dedicated to Wand Tricks/Stunts that go with a cups and balls routine...not just the wand through cup, drummer spin or vernon wand spin that Ammar teaches...


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Go to youtube and look up Michael Vincent's cup routine. He has a beautiful opening with the wand.
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Thanks pepka,,,,michael vincent's is very entertaining.

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I heard that Shoot was going to put out a wand manipulation dvd, but I have not seen it for sale anywhere.
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-- Check out Tarbell, Vol 7, "Alan Alan's Rising Card"
-- Tarbell 2 has an entire section on wand magic (most of those probably won't work into a C&B routine, but you could probably adapt a couple)
-- Flip stick move (Covered in Vol 7 of Tarbell and the DVD "The Very Best of FL!P" vol 4)
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On 2008-10-06 11:55, Dave McFarland wrote:
-- Check out Tarbell, Vol 7, "Alan Alan's Rising Card"
-- Tarbell 2 has an entire section on wand magic (most of those probably won't work into a C&B routine, but you could probably adapt a couple)
-- Flip stick move (Covered in Vol 7 of Tarbell and the DVD "The Very Best of FL!P" vol 4)


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Shoot Ogawa does a wand manipulation routine, and has a dvd out, but its platform work, not sure if it would adapt into a C&B routine.
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Shoot's dvd is certainly something to add to the list.

so is FL!P's #4 DVD.
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On 2008-10-03 21:59, pepka wrote:
Go to youtube and look up Michael Vincent's cup routine. He has a beautiful opening with the wand.


Do you have a link?

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Thanks for the tip fellas...

here's a link for you carlos

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MSKFJtaS5k


thanks
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Hopefully I am not diverting from your question, but I have been thinking a bit about a real advantage something like a Johnson wand with a chop-like gaff at one end - how would that really help me? I suppose it could retain a ball if I kept the wand intact (although I am not even sure on that), but I am having a hard time picturing that being natural. So am I missing anything of the true and realistic value of a chopped wand? I really like combo cups and chop cups, so I am far from adverse to another tool to help with my routine, and ideally to allow me think outside of the box so I don't have to completely rip off Kent Gunn Smile Yet the johnson wand is about $50, so I guess I am looking for some reassures that a chopped wand can add value.
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On 2008-10-07 18:49, close_up_act wrote:
Thanks for the tip fellas...

here's a link for you carlos

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MSKFJtaS5k


thanks
Junior


Thanks,

very nice work.
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