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for some the price can be 100 or more. but, it usually shouldnt. Go to the local good will shop. and you can get a lot of the stuff these real cheap.


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DavidTheCryptic wrote:
for some the price can be 100 or more. but, it usually shouldnt. Go to the local good will shop. and you can get a lot of the stuff these real cheap.

whats a local good will shop :?


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guypell wrote:
DavidTheCryptic wrote:
for some the price can be 100 or more. but, it usually shouldnt. Go to the local good will shop. and you can get a lot of the stuff these real cheap.

whats a local good will shop :?


salvation army type thing. Its where people donate clothes, and other items. We have them in the states. its a place for basically poor and some middle class to get stuff real cheap. like 12 shirts for 3 bucks. any one can buy the stuff.


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you heard, you heard, but you dont know. if you pay200 bucks to make it there is something up.
It cost me 30 buck to make one of mine, and 60 bucks to have one made by a friend who is a taylor.

heck I am sure some one could make it with out buying a single thing.

and why are you buying new stuff. I doubt you have everything down from those books. work on what you got first. learn to save your money. just because you have it doesnt mean you have to spend it.

buy a mirror if you need one, and practice in front of that.

lol,I have the criss angel lev but im afraid I might be spending more then I should because everone is saying that it shouldnt cost you over 50$.so im going to wait and see what I come up with.


Why don´t you just get some DVDs or something to tach you slight of hand, basic magic, cards, coins...?!

No props, no gimmicks, no preparation.
Just you and your audience.

Trust me, noone in their sane mind would ever "believe" that Chris Angel or any other magician is able to levitate.
It is all [edited] of course, and everybody knows it.
The only thing that varies is the time it takes for people to stop being amazed and start investigating how it is possible...

Greg Wilsons On the Spot or something like that would probably do you good.
Buying a "trick" and making a prop och gimmick or whatever, without having the basic crowd control, mouth or humour that is needed, will only have you ruin all the secrets.

Cermait


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Save your money and go for zero gravity if you want something which is vaguely usable in everyday situations.


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