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      04-21-2014 02:18 PM #1
      Im hoping this is the correct place to post up about ceramics.

      Im in the market for a new ceramic wheel and Id like some reviews if anyone out there has one ??

      Variable speed with a pedal is what Im used to but I would even consider a kick style wheel just because it might be more fun !?

      Ideas ?? throw them at me !!
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      04-28-2014 07:05 PM #2
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      04-28-2014 08:49 PM #3
      I used a brent wheel before and it worked fine. I would look for something used (didn't realize wheels are so expensive! ). My professor used a kick wheel but she was obviously experienced. I would start with an electric model so you can focus more on your hands and your technique and not your feet as much.
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      04-29-2014 07:12 PM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by Jiffycake! View Post
      I used a brent wheel before and it worked fine. I would look for something used (didn't realize wheels are so expensive! ). My professor used a kick wheel but she was obviously experienced. I would start with an electric model so you can focus more on your hands and your technique and not your feet as much.
      I have quite a bit of experience.. I just dont have a wheel and want to get back into it... youre right though, without experience, a kicker would be tough !
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      10-03-2019 06:57 PM #5
      jesus, I dont even remember posting this
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