non-reel methods for ring flite

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John Carey
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non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby John Carey » June 20th, 2005, 4:19 am

Hello there,

I am trying to track down a non reel method of ring flite by steve dusceck which i believe is called ring a ding ding.

Hope someone can help

Cheers
John :)

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Jonathan Townsend » June 20th, 2005, 4:42 am

Originally posted by john carey:
Hello there,

I am trying to track down a non reel method of ring flite by steve dusceck which i believe is called ring a ding ding.

Hope someone can help

Cheers
John :)
Ask Steve via his AOL address.
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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Guest » June 20th, 2005, 5:32 am

I believe the item is "Duschek's Ringer." I am not familiar with it, only that it is reel-free and has received lots of praise for its effectiveness. --Asrah

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Terrence » June 20th, 2005, 6:46 am

Take a look at Joe Porper's "Just In Case"

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Anthony Brahams » June 20th, 2005, 7:12 am

John, Steve's latest was called Ringer but he has an earlier very good one maybe called Ringed? I use both and also Eric Mason's Magnifique, an extinct Repro DI, mentionedin his book though with a convoluted routine. WHEN we get together I can show you but Jack Avis' notebooks have taken up my time. Send me a PM with your 'phone number if you wish to speak about it.
Anthony

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby George Olson » June 20th, 2005, 9:47 am

For sure check out Porpers (Biro showed Reed and I -- It is awesome.)

Also, is the Collectors Workshop "Morrelli (sp)Ring" I've used it with-out fail 4 or five times a night during my recent gig.

I've got thrre of them just in case. I asked Nick to make me another gimmick as a back-up.

GO

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Pete McCabe » June 20th, 2005, 10:11 am

Gaeton Bloom has an excellent no-reel Ring Flight.

My own no-reel Ring Flight is in my One-Man Parade a few years back. Changes the effect slightly -- the ring appears in a film cannister set on the table, rather than in your key ring. If you're interested I'll email it to you.

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Guest » June 20th, 2005, 1:36 pm

Supreme Magic put out RINGON RINGON _Richard Marks. Instructions by Lewis Ganson. Pretty nifty and nicely routined. There may be one out there

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Pete Biro » June 20th, 2005, 2:22 pm

You can still by "Just IN Case" the reel-less Ring Fright from www.porperoriginals.com or www.hocus-pocus.com or www.stevensmagic.com

400 Happy users out there... and we thank you.
Stay tooned.

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Pepka » June 20th, 2005, 3:59 pm

In case you haven't heard enough good things about "just a case/key" I'll chime in. It KILLS!!! The usual reaction I get is "WHAT THE F@$#." That's about the best reaction I can think of. As long as it's not at a kiddie party.

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Pete Biro » June 21st, 2005, 9:29 am

How do you pronounce that??? :D

BTW... for a mere $89 we (Porper and I) are about to release the "plastic water bottle cap INTO the bottle."

It is a killer folding plastic bottle cap. Not like a folding coin, totally different design/construction.

Doc Eason already has one and Dean Dill gets his tomorrow!
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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Jon Allen » June 21st, 2005, 6:36 pm

I have, and use, Steve's 'Ringer' and it is quite brilliant. I would say it is the best on the market. It looks like something you would have on you and the secret is hidden in full view.

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Guest » June 21st, 2005, 11:14 pm

I second Gaeton Bloom's version. Simple and great.

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby John Carey » June 21st, 2005, 11:33 pm

Nice to hear from you jon allen.
Long time no see/speak!!

Can i buy steves ringer effect in the u.k or if not, do you have duscecks e mail etc?

See you at the circle bash in london next month.

Regards

John Carey :)

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby John Carey » June 21st, 2005, 11:46 pm

Message for pete mcCabe:
Did you receive my email re your ring in film canister?

Regards
John :)

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Guest » July 12th, 2005, 11:01 am

Gaeton Bloom has a great non-reel version for ring flight. It's called "Flying Ring".

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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Pete Biro » July 12th, 2005, 11:41 am

We still have a few reel-less units left... over 400 happy customers out there using our Just IN Case.
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Re: non-reel methods for ring flite

Postby Guest » July 13th, 2005, 4:16 pm

I posted two easy methods here some time ago, but I guess the Chief Genii realized that I was teaching complete methods and zapped the post and the positive responses to it by Pete Biro and others.

I apologize to Richard for letting my 30 years of teaching get the best of me and putting full methods into a post. Sometimes my teaching chops get in the way...

Anyway, if you are interested in my close-up and stage methods of non-reel ring flight, email me.

jonahand@hotmail.com

Jon


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