Roger Klause's Red and White trick (silk dying)

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Bill Wheeler
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Roger Klause's Red and White trick (silk dying)

Postby Bill Wheeler » January 23rd, 2004, 10:31 am

Does anyone know if this item is still available? My usual sources are turning up empty.

Thanks in advance,

Bill
Driver: Callaway FT-5
Irons: Titlest AP-1
Wedges: Vokey 52,58,64
Putter: i-series Black #9

Marty
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Re: Roger Klause's Red and White trick (silk dying)

Postby Marty » January 27th, 2004, 11:56 am

there is a very very cheap offer on ebay today for this exact trick...

marty

Randy Sager
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Re: Roger Klause's Red and White trick (silk dying)

Postby Randy Sager » January 27th, 2004, 5:49 pm

If you are just looking for the routine it's self. It is in the book Roger Klause In Concert written by Lance Pierce.

As far as I know the book is still available thru L&L publishing. The book has much to offer.

Anthony Brahams
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Re: Roger Klause's Red and White trick (silk dying)

Postby Anthony Brahams » January 28th, 2004, 2:04 am

Roger was selling the trick with everything needed and full instructions. The book is excellent for many other items as well.
Anthony

Bob Taxin
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Re: Roger Klause's Red and White trick (silk dying)

Postby Bob Taxin » January 28th, 2004, 11:22 am

The routine is discussed in the excellent book by Lance Pierce, "Roger Klause In Concert", L&L Publishing. You can buy the goods direct from Roger or from Mystique Magic Mfg. at http//members.aol.com/silksrus/index.htm. I've also bought it from Misdirections in San Francisco, a great store for magicians.

Bob Taxin

Bill Wheeler
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Re: Roger Klause's Red and White trick (silk dying)

Postby Bill Wheeler » January 28th, 2004, 4:40 pm

Thanks for all the information guys. Incidentally, I already have his book, but was looking for the routine as he has a unique dye tube that I have grown quite accustomed to using.

I probably will contact Roger directly.

Thanks again

Bill
Driver: Callaway FT-5

Irons: Titlest AP-1

Wedges: Vokey 52,58,64

Putter: i-series Black #9


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