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On 2013-10-11 06:52, Saturn Magic wrote:
I've been thinking of nut on shoulder but I've not tried it out live yet.

I would be concerned about it falling off and damaging someone's foot, furniture etc. Its quite heavy compared to a coin.
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On 2013-10-11 06:52, Saturn Magic wrote:
I've been thinking of nut on shoulder but I've not tried it out live yet.


forget it mark!!!

it's to dangerous. if the nut falls down it can break the toe of the spectator. oh by the way:
the nut is quite dangerous, because inside it has extremely sharp edges that can cut your finger.

take some sandpaper and sand it out and you're good to go. what I also noticed, is the fact that the rope
provided in the package seems stiffer as the rope in the demo, that makes the handling a bit harder.

this routine is awesome when seen from giovanni. it will not go into my working repertoire and I would suggest
to exercise extendetly to get it flawless down.

as mark mentioned, it is allready in his working repertoire, so I would love to see a live performance.
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On 2013-10-11 07:22, puggo wrote:
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On 2013-10-11 06:52, Saturn Magic wrote:
I've been thinking of nut on shoulder but I've not tried it out live yet.

I would be concerned about it falling off and damaging someone's foot, furniture etc. Its quite heavy compared to a coin.


Good points as I said I was only thinking this was an option, it still could be if the situation was right but you are quite right it could do some damage.

I've only been doing this at tables and reactions have been very good, its a great routine.
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Instead of making the nut vanish and reappear somewhere... I've been using a smaller (3/4" -- about half the volume) nut for the routine, and then change it into the big nut at the end. It seems to work... Smile
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