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by Niedzwiecki, Russ

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Category: Close Up
Media Type: DVD

Product Description

Billed as "The Crown Jewel of Rubber Band Effects". Two of the strongest components of powerful magical experience (a borrowed object - finger ring, and an everyday object - rubber band) combine in this four-phase presentation, whereby a rubber band penetrates on and off a finger ring-one strand at a time!

On this DVD Russ Niedzwiecki (Just Passin' Thru) finally explains his "Pinnacle Ring and Band" routine, revealing all the finesses sure to make this a modern-day classic that you'll immediately add to your performing repertoire. A truly impromptu miracle, you'll use this routine for the rest of your performing days.

Available from your favorite magic dealer.
Date Added: Aug 6th, 2006
MLA SKU: 5Rk0ylypU0zGprh


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August 29th, 2003 2:39pm
Reviewed by Brad Henderson
Well, I have good news and bad news. Ok, how about GREAT news and so-so news. The great news is that Pinnacle is a fabulous piece of ring and rubber band magic. It looks as good as, if not better, than previous offerings to the field; and it might even be easier to do than its predecessors.

The bad news is the quality of instruction during parts of the DVD. Now, don't get me wrong, Russ comes across as a very sincere and likable fellow. I'm sure he took great pains in the production of the DVD. It is professionally shot, but not professionally directed or scripted.

The routine is in 4 phases. The trickiest to learn being the second. On some of the forums Russ has said this is the most difficult of the phases, but I contend it doesn't have to be. Though Russ shows you the move again and again, and from different angles, NOT ONCE does he show the move from the angle which would reveal the actual action taking place. Had he done so, I don't think you would have found a quibble... [Read More]

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