Ghost System V2

$19.95
Out of stock
SKU
GHOSTSYSTEM2
Rating:
46% of 100

Lloyd Barnes is back with the follow up to the best-selling Ghost System… This is Ghost System V2.

With the launch of the original Ghost System, where people could visually melt small objects through their card box, Lloyd Barnes has been working tirelessly to take this devious gimmick to the next level. Lloyd has taken his original method and applied directly to the face of playing cards. 

Like real life CGI, cards now seamlessly melt through each other, in the fairest and smoothest way possible.

Each V2 will include 2 gimmicks, 8 of Hearts and the King of Spades, opening the door to endless effects including versions of the Anniversary Waltz, slow motion color changes, ACR finales etc.

  • • Easy to do, crazy visuals in crystal clear detail. 
  • • Resets instantly
  • • Lasts a lifetime. No more pesky refills. 

Both gimmicks can be applied to the use of any standard-faced USPCC (Bicycle) deck, giving you the ultimate go-to trick, that’s always ready to destroy your spectator’s perception of reality. 

Own Ghost System V2 NOW.  

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  1. Andrew
    80%

    I like the effect and it wows most people. It takes a steady hand to assemble the gimmick but its not hard.
  2. George
    40%

    Very disappointed. You have to assemble it yourself and it’s very easy to make a mistake and ruin the whole effect. I messed up both of the gimmicks provided. Even though they are only slightly misaligned it does not look convincing at all. I definitely won’t be performing this.
  3. Louis
    20%

    These should come in pre-made. I completely ruined both of my gimmicks and after a bubble appeared in my gaff literally out of nowhere. it was basically ruined after I tried to fix it, I definitely feel like I wasted $19.95 plus shipping. I personally feel that the videos for teaching the routines could have been a little better. I personally felt that they could have been slower and went into a little bit more detail when dealing with the gaff. unfortunately I would not recommend this.