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Exhibit #2578
TypeProduction
ShapeConcave )-(
AxleFixed
PackagingNone
ConstructionThree piece wood
ResponseNone
ConditionMint
Date2000
To2004
OwnerRick Brough
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An overall red, fixed axle wooden yo-yo, with a black silhouette of a guy doing a trapeze trick using a white yo-yo with a white string. The entire visual effect has a subtle art deco appearance. Made exclusively for yoyoguy.com by BC/What's Next in the early 2000s. Total production numbers are unknown. The yo-yo came out at an unfortunate time when players were moving completely away from wooden yo-yos. Instead, they were embracing the dead, unresponsive play that was found in newer plastic and metal yo-yos.

Today (2017), this particular BC/What's Next model is quite hard to find.

The profile of this model suggests that it was either made using old Hummingbird-era Trickster concave body halves or new Trickster concave body halves made by BC/What's Next. Regardless, the yo-yo profile from Brad Countryman is quite uncommon.
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