29.99€ – 44.99€
(a video download of all the routines from the book Over the Shoulders + an exclusive taught only on video here)
“What we have here is a lovely collection of strong visual magic.
I have seen Aljaž perform
these effects and he fooled me.”
“Aljaž has put together some quality items that are well within the ability of most magicians”
G-link: An impromptu link & unlink of 2 rubber-bands with some very visual and strong convincers.
enOssalG: An impromptu , extremely visual and fooling, three phase 2 coins through glass routine that could get you bookings alone. It has served Aljaž well over the years. First version published in MAGIC Magazine in October 2012.
Rock&Roll Inc.: The audience is offered an explanation to how two rubber bands might create an illusion of being linked together. The “lesson” then turns on its head and leaves the audience baffled.
Jazzy Collectors: This is Aljaž’ take on the classic Collectors plot. If done correctly, it might become your favourite.
Jazz Band: A multiphase routine where a rubber band can seemingly melt through your skin, fabric, turns invisible and just as easily appears right back on your wrist, where it started. Featuring the Slip-Grip, a principle that hopefully sparks your own creative magic juices.
The Proof Vanish: This unique way of vanishing a coin will not only leave your spectators in awe, but leave actual proof of the vanished object behind. Use it in any of your existing coin routines.
Hound Band: A card is selected, signed and returned in the deck in a very fair manner. A rubber band is wrapped around the deck, twice. The band disappears and is immediately found wrapped around the signed card, twice! The effect is then offered to be repeated, but the band and the card vanish and reappear in the magicians pocket (or almost any impossible location).
Taking heed from Band-Up !(James Brown) and learning the vanish of Herbert, The Trained Rubber Band (Denis Behr), Hound Band by AllJazz adds some things that have not been done before in this type of effect. The credit for originating the premise is Hiroyuki Sakai with his routine Band On The Run (1991)