Buying zills can add something special to your dance (or, if you're in ATS classes, are required).

It is good to be able to hear what they sound like before buying since different shapes/types of metal/sizes all have different sounds. I'd recommend buying them in person or from a website that has a sound-bite for each zill.

I find making the elastic a bit bigger then the hole through the top of the zill makes it last longer (though it can be difficult to make it go through). Also get zills with two good openings at the top.

Other then that have fun with your new dance accessory.



L8r




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