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Gear / Re: Taibolo V2 or Sundia Sun Heavy or light
« on: August 26, 2011, 03:03:48 AM »
 I have decided on the Sundia Suns and  The best deal I could find is at http://www.yoyosam.com/p-787-sundia-sun-diabolo-solid-colors.aspx

The only problem is that it says that it is 260 grams, and I hear the heavy ones are actually 275 grams. Does anyone know if this is just a typo or a different version of the sundia sun?

Thank you.

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Practice / Re: My 3 months progress
« on: August 26, 2011, 02:31:11 AM »
Ok that helps a lot. I have been swinging the diabolo kind of slow so far.

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Practice / Re: My 3 months progress
« on: August 26, 2011, 02:08:35 AM »
Ok. Ive been doing that and the diabolo goes higher, but now my stick is taking to long to wrap around the diabolo again. Am I still not throwing the diabolo high enough? or is it something else?

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Practice / Re: My 3 months progress
« on: August 26, 2011, 01:56:38 AM »
Ok, so after about a half an hour of more practice, I can complete a tomicide. The only problem is I always catch the second stick around my wrist, but it still looks cool. My problem with a minigenocide is that the diabolo doesn't go up when i let go of the stick. Instead it goes a little to the side and doesnt rise in there at all. DO you happen to know what im doing wrong? Thanks

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Gear / Re: Taibolo V2 or Sundia Sun Heavy or light
« on: August 26, 2011, 01:01:56 AM »
Are heavy suns best for learning 2d also? or would taibolo v2s be better

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Practice / Re: My 3 months progress
« on: August 26, 2011, 12:50:55 AM »
Thanks a lot for showing me that video! Ive already learned almost every step of the tomicide.  Know any good genocide tutorials?
?

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Gear / Taibolo V2 or Sundia Sun Heavy or light
« on: August 26, 2011, 12:34:34 AM »
Im looking through the forum and only see a post for the the V1s vs suns, but I am wondering if the v2s are any better. Your thoughts?

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Practice / Re: My 3 months progress
« on: August 25, 2011, 07:37:12 PM »
I have actually tried genocides and tomicides but have never figured out, even after watching countless tutorials. You wouldnt happen to know any good simple tutorials on either of those tricks? Thanks for the feedback!

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Gear / Re: Best Diabolo for numbers
« on: August 24, 2011, 04:58:03 AM »
I don't really feel like making a new post but would like to hear some peoples comparisons of these diabolos and say there pros and cons for 1d and 2d:
The Finesse 4G
Sundia Sun
Henry's Circus
Taibolo V2
Taibolo V2 with bearings

Thanks

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I'm New / Re: Fixed vs One Way for Beginner
« on: August 23, 2011, 11:21:28 PM »
Is there a reason why fixed is better or why bearings are better for 2d/3d?

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I'm New / Re: Fixed vs One Way for Beginner
« on: August 23, 2011, 09:29:06 PM »
Which do you think is better for 2d? Bearing or fixed axle? I'm gonna get Taibolos Super Diabolos for 2d, but I'm not sure if I should get the bearing ones or the fixed axle.

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Practice / My 3 months progress
« on: August 23, 2011, 08:28:41 PM »
Well, I've decided to make a video of my progress after about 3 months. These are pretty much all the tricks I know. I'll gladly take suggestions and probably am missing many basics of the diabolo because I've learned only off of youtube and diabolotricks.com. I also kind of messed up my whip catch but am much more comfortable with it now. I don't know much about making combos or stuff like that if someone wants to make suggestions and help me with that. It's my first video of me and I tried hard to make it, but I didn't put any cool effects because I don't have a good video editing system or anything.

One other question is: Does anyone know the name of the trick at the start?

Juggling Routine.

Thanks,

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Gear / Re: Best Diabolo for numbers
« on: August 23, 2011, 05:32:11 AM »
Ok thanks for everything and hopefully this will be my last question: Should I get the 2 Super Taibolos with bearings or without? I like the Super Taibolos better just because I think the cups on the glaries will be too soft, and might lose shape after a year or two. Has that happened to your glaries and how long have you had yours?

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Gear / Re: Best Diabolo for numbers
« on: August 23, 2011, 01:56:37 AM »
Is there any difference between the glary diabolo and taibolo besides weight? And which do you think would be better for performing.
Thank you :)

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Gear / Re: Best Diabolo for numbers
« on: August 23, 2011, 01:17:48 AM »
oh, wait one more thing. I see in the pictures that the axle is kind of short. Will this affect my stick grinds at all? An can you finger grind with it? And what's the best bearing diabolo for 2d juggling under $50? How is  the Taibolo V2 with a bearing?

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Gear / Re: Best Diabolo for numbers
« on: August 23, 2011, 12:28:19 AM »
Ok I'll order from yoyosam. Thanks for all your help and hopefully i'll be juggling my new taibolos in no time. :-D

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Gear / Re: Best Diabolo for numbers
« on: August 23, 2011, 12:06:33 AM »
Thanks. I think I'm gonna get the Taibolo V2. Is this a good deal on it? http://www.yoyosam.com/p-801-taibolo-super-diabolo.aspx

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I'm New / Re: Introduce yourself
« on: August 23, 2011, 12:02:47 AM »
Name: Eric
Location: Los Angeles, California
Age:14

1. How many years have you diaboloed for?
 I got one a year ago but didn't start practicing with it until a month ago.

2. What or who got you started?
 I was watching a Cirque Du Soleil Quidam video and saw diabolos and so i looked up more videos and saw people doing incredible stuff with diabolos and wanted to try it myself.

3. What do you like best about the diabolo or juggling in general?
 Its an amazing hobby and I love how there is always something new to learn.

4. How many hours a day do you diabolo on average?
 2-3 hours. Once school starts it'll probably drop down to 1 hour.

5. Do you ever perform with the diabolo?
 I performed at my school once.

6. Do you juggle other props? If so: balls, clubs, rings, cigar boxes, devil sticks... ?
Balls, Clubs, Rings. I mostly focus on clubs and the diabolo though.

7. What are your favourite diabolos, sticks, and string?
Taibolo V2s, Henrys carbon.

8. Do you like working with 1, 2, or 3 diabolos the best?
 No preference

9. What is your favourite diabolo trick that you can do?
Dont have one.

10. What is the most amazing diabolo trick you've ever seen?
No idea there are so many amazing tricks out there.

11. What tricks are driving you nuts right now (what are you working on)?
2 diabolos

12. What other diaboloists have inspired you?
 William, Ryo Yabe, Tim Ellis, Sharpe Brothers

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Gear / Re: Best Diabolo for numbers
« on: August 22, 2011, 11:30:19 PM »
Thanks for the feedback :-D . I actually learned with fixed axle and transfered to bearing like you said, Sean, and the main reason I prefer bearing is because my fixed axle was generic and it's longest spin time was maybe 10 seconds. I have no other experience with a fixed axle.

 I need to be able to go from trick to trick to trick without taking time in between to speed it up. I've also heard that it's harder to wrap a fixed axle but I don;t know if that's true. I did research on fixed diabolos and I'm not sure if I should get the finesse g3 or g4, taibolo v1/v2, or the sundia sun. I'd like as much spin time as possible, and something good for learning 2 diabolos. I don't think weight matters too much as long as it's not dragging my arms down. Thanks

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Gear / Best Diabolo for numbers
« on: August 22, 2011, 07:25:08 PM »
I'm planning on getting new diabolos for juggling 2 and 3 diabolos and wonder whats the best kind. Right now I'm leaning towards getting 3  sundia fly long bearing diabolos. but I don't know how good that is for 2-3 diabolos. Right now I have a generic diabolo and a Revolution diabolo with a bearing. I'm wondering if bigger or smaller diabolos are better for juggling 2. I don't want a plastic diabolo but a hybrid or rubber one is great and I prefer a bearing. The reason I want the Fly is because I am just starting performing and thats the only large bearing diabolo I could find in my budget. I;ve heard good things about the Finesse but I need something that spins for a looong time and I can't afford buying the evolution kit for the finesse. Please help me out! Thanks.

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