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 Post subject: Solid Multyiplying Balls?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 11:01 am 
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What type of solid balls are used in the "multiplying .... balls" routines?

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I think table tennis balls


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 11:37 am 
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You can use any type of ball.

I think the routine was started with billard balls.


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There is a lot of different balls you can choose from, billiard balls, sponge balls, silicone balls...etc...


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Billiard Balls are the most common for stage. I've seen everything from bubbles (crystal), ping pong balls, and golf balls for closeup.


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 Post subject: Re: Solid Multyiplying Balls?
PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 10:45 am 
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volcom101 wrote:
What type of solid balls are used in the "multiplying .... balls" routines?

-volcom'sss


stop trying to get the answers to an exposure forum. the question you typed is word for word correct with one i used to visit. don't go on those websites, its not worth it


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I use the ones by vernet.


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i use the yellow golf ball ones..

i love them...al my friends say it is their favorite trick


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Fakinis are the ones that all others are judged against. They handle like a dream!


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I agree with you Alan. Frank makes some of the best and colorful sets in the magic world. Have you ever used any of the mini sets he has put out? They work like a dream for a chink a chink routine.


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i learned the routine from mark wilson's complete course in magic and then made them myself from ping pong balls. they work great, but if you are doing a legit show, i'd buy the set of sponge balls.


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i have it the ones they give u are like cruddy versions of spongeballs


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Billiard balls are probaly the most common and easy to work with depending on the size of your hands. Tennis balls and such are also quite common.
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 Post subject: Re: Solid Multyiplying Balls?
PostPosted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 7:19 pm 
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volcom101 wrote:
What type of solid balls are used in the "multiplying .... balls" routines?

-volcom'sss

most people use biliard balls :lol:


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I had a magic kit when I was a little kid, and it had multiplying balls, but they were small and plastic.


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