#3
Yes, why?

I don't think he's plays as technically as Petrucci at most times, but for speed and accuracy, he's technically very accurate, and does do advanced techniques with astounding speed, accuracy and cleanliness.
#4
I don't see why not.

1) He plays the guitar
2) He plays the guitar with great technique

Just because he doesn't shred hard all the time doesn't mean he's not a "technical" player. Even Malmsteen had his slow melodic moments.
#7
yes. what kind of question is that?
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#8
Ofcourse!
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#9
He's not Jarzombek technical, but he's somewhere a few feet below that.
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#10
Well he was taught by the master.
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#11
Buckethead is definitely technical in his field. Really, killswitching takes good form to sound good (trust me, I wore the crap out of my toggle switch getting my tone right).
#12
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in the league of guys like petrucci and malmsteen in that respect?


i find it more to technical to create a story with feel, mood and expression with as LITTLE notes as possible..
#13
He'll never beat Petrucci until he can time-warp and/or control the Earth's revolution with his pickups. Never, do you hear me? NEVER!!!
#14
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i find it more to technical to create a story with feel, mood and expression with as LITTLE notes as possible..


+1000

hes a better shredder then petrucci aswell...some of his runs are just mind boggling

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#15
Yes, absolutely.

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#17
Of course he's a technical player.

While I enjoy listening to the likes of Petrucci and Loomis more than him,he's without a doubt a technically brilliant and masterful guitarist with a unique stage persona.

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#18
i'd say technically there are few people who can match buckethead. some of the stuff he does is mind boggling, also he doesn't stick to conventional use of idea's. he likes to do things that are 'out of the box'.

i'd say while it is POSSIBLE that yngwie and petrucci are FASTER, i don't see them as being as technical as buckethead in his use of unconventional idea's.
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