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The Minelab Equinox: An Advanced Guide

Clive James Clynick is the author of some 22 previous detector “how-to” manuals, numerous articles and product reviews. In this detailed and informative book he explains the Minelab Equinox’s ground breaking technology and how it can help you to find treasure. Topics include:

• Using Theory and Basic Skills to Improve Your Accuracy

• Depth and Target Acquisition.

• Applying the Equinox’s Strengths to Your Sites.

• Using the Equinox’s Target Information to Learn Problem Targets.

• Methods and Applications: Creating Custom Search Modes.

• Across-Frequency Target Testing.

• Salt Water Stabilization.

…and much more…

(Softbound 101 pgs. $16.95)

Ordering: http://clivesgoldpage.com/

 

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Clive what's the difference between this "Advanced" Equinox book and the "Beginner to Advanced" Equinox book?

Thanks!
Brian

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2 hours ago, Cal_Cobra said:

Clive what's the difference between this "Advanced" Equinox book and the "Beginner to Advanced" Equinox book?

Thanks!
Brian

Good question Cal_Cobra. ?

I already have the "Beginner to Advanced"-book and wondered too if the new (?) "Advanced"-book will add enough to make the extra buy worthwile.

Looking forward to your reply cjc. :happy:

Greetings,

Bob'ke

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Ironically I was just about to purchase the first book and then saw this posted. 

Hopefully Clive will enlighten us on the differences.

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15 hours ago, Cal_Cobra said:

Clive what's the difference between this "Advanced" Equinox book and the "Beginner to Advanced" Equinox book?

Thanks, Brian

Hi Brian

Well--there's more of a focus upon advanced skills--especially ID'ing targets using the coil.--and a more broad based approach to getting and interpreting target information.   There are some programs given--but more to illustrate hands-on techniques--that can be applied across situations.

cjc

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4 minutes ago, cjc said:

Hi Brian

Well--there's more of a focus upon advanced skills--especially ID'ing targets using the coil.--and a more broad based approach to getting and interpreting target information.  

cjc

Hi Clive,

Does it also cover the same information in your first book, or would one need to purchase both books?

Thanks,
Brian

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On 11/16/2018 at 2:34 AM, Bob'ke said:

Good question Cal_Cobra. ?

I already have the "Beginner to Advanced"-book and wondered too if the new (?) "Advanced"-book will add enough to make the extra buy worthwile.

Looking forward to your reply cjc. :happy:

Greetings,

Bob'ke

Bob'ke It's a much more advanced book--that requires some basics to get the most from.   Im not much of a pitchman--prefer to let the books speak for themselves.  Besides it wasn't untll there was an overwhelming show of support that naysayers (not having read)_ stopped ripping the first one...

cjc

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4 minutes ago, Cal_Cobra said:

Hi Clive,

Does it also cover the same information in your first book, or would one need to purchase both books?

Thanks,
Brian

Now you've hurt my feelings....The Advanced Guide is a new, discrete and different book.  I only sell information once--unlike some authors who import pages from one book to the next.  The first book is only referenced to build upon those basic ideas.

cjc

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Hi cjc,

Thanks for answering these above questions. Good to know it's a new and different book. I liked your "first" (on the Equinox ?) book very much and am still re-reading it. I'd like to read/learn more, so I just ordered your "An Advanced Guide" via your website.

Don't mind the "naysayers" (too much). They will miss out on good info (as usual ?).

Greetings from Belgium,

Bob'ke

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Thanks, Bob'ke  Im sure that the new one will  fill out your understanding of the NOX--and give your accuracy a big boost. 

Kind Regards clive

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