McAbee Rings

DVD by Martin Lewis
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McAbee Rings

70.00 usd

DVD by Martin Lewis (70.00)

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"...The DVD instruction is very good. Martin Lewis has made quite a production of this little trick. In his explanation, Martin uses rings of different colors, a great aid to understand what is going on. ...'The McAbee Rings' is a real fooler. I'm glad it's available again"
-Mike Close

In this classic, most elegant close up linking ring routine, three gleaming bracelets, are linked and unlinked according to your will, even whole being held by a spectator! At the end of the routine the rings are handed out for minute examination.

Many hours of thought and preparation have gone into the routine plus hundreds of actual performances to test its solidity. The serious student of magic will, at once, appreciate the built-in psychology and misdirection incorporated in the routine.

For the strolling performer Martin shows, in a detailed step-by-step instruction, how to make Per Helmark's exceptional switching device.

Running Time Approximately 1hr 24min


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  • HERB asks: £45.75 does that buy the Rings and the instructions DVD

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You get the rings too.
  • Elena asks: Are the rings silver of gold?

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    • Gary asks: Does it include the music box shown in his demonstration.

      • 1. SGKYDUYEN answers: Nope! it does not come with the box
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    • David asks: Is the routine difficult to learn .how much practise time would be required

      • 1. Jim answers: Medium. But your experience may differ, as this is purely subjective. It depends on your skill level and your amount of experience as a performer. If you study the routine and practice with it, it will be within your difficulty level. If you don't study and don't practice, then the will be outside of your difficulty level.
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