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Gone by Ryan Lowe - DVD
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Inside this video you'll find out why he is someone to look out for in the future. He has taken something in magic that is long considered to be old and stale and turned it on it's head.
What effect has he turned on its head?
The assisted coin vanish, that's what.
He has taken what we think of effects like the Raven® and Melt to a whole new level in this video. He teaches how to perform one of the most visual and clean vanishes I have ever seen. Not only that but he teaches 5 more that are even better. Vanish on the side, Vanish in front, Vanish with your arms as far away from your body as possible. And that's just the basics...
Never has this effect been taken to this high of a level. Truly the way a vanish SHOULD look.
It doesn't stop there as you will learn a completely new way to perform "Lethal Tender", a favorite of many magicians. You'll learn how to turn a borrowed half dollar into a sponge ball and much much more.
"If you're a fan of 'Melt', you'll absolutely love 'GONE'."
- Eric James, President, Expert Magic, LLC
Running Time: 28min
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 23rd, 2011
Ryan Lowe has taken an old and simple principle and revolutionized it in an ingenious way. The end-result is one of the best visual vanishes that I've come across (I've been doing magic for about five years now). Combine the beautiful visual effect with it's practical method (and a cheap price to boot!!), and you've got one of the best vanishes---as well as product---on the market right now. Having said that, every trick has some kind of drawback---with 'Gone,' I would only say that it can be difficult to work into a long-running routine and is easiest to do as a Stand-Alone effect. I would stop short of saying that it is impromptu---but with enough practice and handling, you can incorporate it into a long-running routine and adapt it to the ever-changing dynamics of public performance. The drawback/benefit ratio for this effect is definitely to your advantage. It has my highest recommendation. Good job, Ryan!!
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