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From the creative mind of Menny Lindenfeld comes the most POWERFUL & VISUALLY STUNNING rubber band penetration effect you'll ever perform!
A rubber band is wrapped around your forefinger. And while it's being stretched out, the rubber band literally PASSES THROUGH the center of your forefinger and LINKS ITSELF onto your middle finger. The effect is so visually stunning, IT LOOKS LIKE A CAMERA TRICK!
Your fingers are open and fully exposed throughout the entire performance. The rubber band continues its magical journey, VISIBLY PENETRATING from one finger to the next. Making each phase gradually look more VISUALLY AMAZING than the previous.
Finish this incredible effect with a BIG ending. Imagine the spectator's reaction, when you cause the rubber band on your finger, to VISIBLY PASS THROUGH and PENETRATE HIS OWN FINGER.
Perform TRU in any impromptu situation. With your fingers fully exposed throughout the entire routine. It's 360° angle-proof and can be watched from any angle. Each phase of TRU can be performed as a stand-alone effect. Or combined into a multi-phase routine.
In the tutorial, Menny Lindenfeld will teach you:
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"OH WOW! Menny, this is wonderful! It looks so good. I have no clue. I tried and can't figure it out. What a great and visual effect. I can't wait to learn this!"
- Joe Rindfleisch
"It's a startling and beautiful effect. I love the version where it penetrates onto the spectator's finger! So visually amazing!"
- Dan Harlan
Posted by Unknown on 20th Jul 2017
For band work Joe R has produced a lot of good stuff in the last few years (Tornado is a recent release I use a lot), but most of it routines to CMH as that had been the strongest closer I've found. But this comes close, and that is without yet using the final phase (band to spec's finger) in action. The method is something you may know of, but developed and refined. Cleverly, they have some really annoying background muzak over the explanations, forcing you to stop every so often and practice before going back in. Well worth the time and money investment. The first few times you get it right you fool yourself.