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Gregory Wilson is a living legend, known for his creativity and in-your-face performance style. His latest creation, Bandwidth, is the next fearless creation that allows you to borrow a spectator's finger ring and stretch it like soft taffy.
A very visceral moment is created when you borrow a wedding band, then slowly pull the ring away from you as the metal begins to easily manipulate to your will. With a bold toss into the air, you instantly restore their ring back to its original shape.
Taking it a step further, you slowly crush their ring in your fingertips, right before their eyes, only to restore it to its original state with a swift, ninja-like piercing of your finger. They can take their ring off of your finger to find that their ring is in perfect condition.
Bandwidth is an incredibly memorable routine, as people have strong connections to their rings or wedding bands. To see them turn into soft butter in the hands of a miracle worker is insanely unforgettable. Bandwidth will carve out your reputation, instantly.
Stretch their ring, and their mind.... Both will never be the same again.
Posted by Camilo on 16th Apr 2015
Bandwidth is a must for anyone that does ring magic. Hands down. The trick is super visual and it's a great ending or even a great started to any ring magic routine. You can literally borrow a ring, stretch it out, toss it in the air and then squash it and then restore it. Hand it out even. The gimmick you get doesn't get in the way of anything, in fact I spent a whole day with it just to see what it's like to have on me and you literally forget about it. Gregory Wilson is a genius, this is genius and I have no words left to say about this. If you watch his second penguin magic lecture and his at the table lecture you would see how much work he has put into making this. I'll end this review by saying don't think twice about purchasing this. Seriously. Get it.
Posted by Will Adams on 19th Mar 2015
This is a fantastic product, the Gimmicks are well made and the teaching vid (Download not DVD) is ofcourse second to none. This is going with me everywhere