Moonbeam
member
Location: Brisbane (west), Australia
Member Since: 11th Apr 2001
Total posts: 6
Posted:Hey all, I'm a newbie from Aus, and was wondering if you guys have any info regarding staff's. What are the best sort to get for a beginer, do I get one with a wide wick or a thin one? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks,

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Malcolm
Malcolm

HOP admin
Location: HOP
Member Since: 18th Nov 2003
Total posts: 997
Posted:Moonbeam,See previous discussion thread
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Malcolm


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CAINED-AND-UNABLE
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Location: Manchester
Member Since: 19th Feb 2001
Total posts: 214
Posted:IF YOUR A BEGGINER.TRY ONE WITHOUT A WICK FIRST. <LOL>ONLY JOKING WHEN I WAS FIRST LEARNING MY BASIC STAFF MOVES I CHOSE A STAFF THAT WAS JUST OVER 3 FEET LONG. BUT I REAKON IT ALL VARIES ON ARM LENGTH.NOW THAT I'VE LEARNED MORE MOVES, I FEEL MORE COMFORTABLE WITH EITHER A REALLY SHORT STAFF ( 2 FOOT) OR A LONG(ISH) STAFF OF 5 FEET.

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Frenzie
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Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia
Member Since: 30th Jan 2001
Total posts: 515
Posted:Try the cheap version of a broomstick first and then u can suss out what length is best for you.

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FireSpirit
FireSpirit

Classic 90's Fire Dancer... Poi, Staff, Doubles, and Breathing
Location: South Lake Tahoe
Member Since: 29th Mar 2001
Total posts: 743
Posted:I just started myself and I found a nice piece of 1 inch PVC pipe in the snow here. It was painted and everything!
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I can't wait to learn more stuff!
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FIRE IS ALIVE!
IT LIVES AND BREATHS!
IT CONSUMES, AND DISTROYS!
BUT WE CONTROL IT,
AND DANCE WITH FIRE!!

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