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Slow-Motion Swindle Booklet with Wax Review

January 11th, 2015 4:09am
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Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
This is one of several bill switches that I've collected over years. To be clear, I have yet to perform this for anyone, but that has nothing to do with this version-it's that I have been learning other effects from a list that this one is on.

In ways, Parr's version is similar to metamorphosis bills as put out by Bob Solari. Both methods came about to deal with design shifts in US currency. Both will leave the bills clean and examinable, which is not what other versions can do. This trick must have something to it, when I consider just how many variations it's undergone-and Parr's version seemed worth my time and money as it's the most up to date version. Parr developed this with Eugene Burger, who wrote the forward to the instructions.

The handling and routine are clearly spelled out, and whatever moves necessary are well integrated in to handling of the bills. The wax that comes with this is a huge help considering that the effect won't work as smoothly with say Ammar's wax. The only unfortunate thing that I couldn't help but notice is that the gaff involved, was nowhere to be found-very odd, as the instructions refer to 'ther back of the instructions' for the location of the gaff. It's simple enough to make, but, it's too critical a something to actually leave out of a 15$ trick. In any case, I still have other versions nearby which are self contained and have nothing coming off of a bill. But so far as effective, clean AND examinable,
this one is IT.

Product info for Slow-Motion Swindle Booklet with Wax

Author: David Parr
Publisher: David Parr
Average Rating:  (1)
Retail Price: $15.00
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Manufacturer's Description:

In the blink of an eye, two examined bills mysteriously change places while held by an audience volunteer and the performer.

A wonderful new version of the classic bill transposition, with instructions by David Parr and an introduction by Eugene Burger.

Comes with David Parr's wax.


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