Author Topic: Wolf Magic Props  (Read 7720 times)

Darnell Johnson

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Wolf Magic Props
« on: September 17, 2012, 03:37:46 AM »
I love the look of the stuff Chance Wolf makes, but I'm trying to justify the cost.

I know they are top notch props but are they really worth it?
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Michael Cohen

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Re: Wolf Magic Props
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2012, 05:21:30 AM »
The Wolf Magic stuff always looks great and seems to play great.

Also, from what I've seen everyone who owns one seems to love it. But they are really expensive.

Sometimes I wonder if the good things I read on other Forums from people who love them are because people are kind of being fanboys about them.

I mean, if you're going to spend that much money on a prop, and buy more than one you obviously love them already.

But, I don't seem to hear from people who own one product. That could be for one of three reasons:

  • People who cannot afford one certainly cannot afford two
  • People who buy one love them so much that they buy more
  • People who buy one and don't like it don't talk about it.

I would think however, if people felt they did not get what they paid for they would certainly not be shy about telling the world. It seems that when people spend a lot they really are mad if the feel they did not get their money's worth.

That leads me to believe that there may be something to it. The props may be THAT good and play THAT well.

I hope someone who owns one will join this discussion.
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