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Wonder Signal

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Always was one of my favorite paddle effects, even if it has been often produced in very cheap versions as a magic "toy". This a a cheap, but not cheaply made, version, that works well, is easy to do the move with, and holds its position well throughout the various color changes. The great thing about this paddle routine is that there are four different changes -- from red to yellow, to green, to multi colored. So it becomes impossible for the spectator to assume that somehow you are not showing both sides of the paddle...since that solution would require FOUR sides! You can also start with the multi color spots showing, and change the spots to a freely selected color. Better get two at this price, since once you start using this, you would be heartbroken if you lost it and didn't have a spare!

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Traffic Lite Transpo
A cute quickie that will leave your audiences wanting more, so you can move on to a bit more complicated miracle. Magician shows a black plastic card (playing card size, in a clear envelope. The card has three colored spots on it, like a traffic lite. The card is taken from the envelope, and placed spot side down on the table. Another similar card -- but with no spots -- is placed on the spectators hand. They choose a color -- green -- and that spot vanishes from the first card, and appears on the card in their hand. Cards are examinable.
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RMC Stop Light Paddle (Ian Adair)

I have always thought this was the BEST paddle effect ever, and have had versions by Tricks, Co and Marcelo Contento, and lately the Meteor Paddle, and I never knew this was an Ian Adair creation from back in 1971.

Well, Ian has teamed up with Sam Dalal to put out a nice version of his classic paddle effect:    A paddle is shown blank on both sides, and three sleeves are also shown. They fit the paddle and have a spot on each side. One by one, the spots vanish from their sleeves and appear on the paddle, and finally all spots jump from the paddle onto one sleeve! This is visual, and very mystifying. This version is very easy to use, well balanced for the paddle move and a good size to be both visible, but also practical.

The routine as described includes a simple pocket switch of one of the paddle sleeves, but this is not really needed.  Buy this from TMGS, and you will get an extra instructions for a BONUS handling that I use in my own tablehopping and close-up work.  This extra handling requires no pockets, and it is (in my humble opinion) stronger, more streamlined and easier, too!

Highly recommended, at about a third the price of (the less impressive, in my opinion) Meteor Paddle.

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