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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2008 11:05 am 
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juliegel wrote:
For that price, I would call it very cheap equipment.

If you are looking for good cheap starter clubs, Get the duncan clubs. They are very balanced, don't break, and look sweet.


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Yes, they are great for learning. They're what I got when I first started clubs. Just make sure to get the ones with the big flames on them! Mine only had a really small flame symbol... :(


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haha *embaressed* but where can I find those?


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haha *embaressed* but where can I find those?



http://www.yo-yo.com/product_det.asp?ID=28


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Thanks :D those look like some sweet clubs :)


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Thanks :D those look like some sweet clubs :)



Yep. lol And think of it this way, they're *almost* like torches!


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I just got the HB taped spirit clubs at $10 a club. Does anyone know how these compare to more expensive, more professional clubs like say, PX3's? I don't want to make too big an investment for my first clubs but I want something with quality.
-Chris


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some time back.. i had a manipulation show, where i juggled with the balls a produced... it was pretty good!


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Juggling would obviously fit into a ball manipulation act very well, and Jason Byrnes jugges a little in his bird act, and Penn and Teller juggle a tiny bit in their cups and balls act. I think it needs to be used subtely in magic, but when used only a little it generally looks good I think.


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