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BucketHead Concert Poster

Thursday, October 1st, 2009






BucketHead Concert Poster


Poster for a
BucketHead Concert
in California

BucketHead Concert Poster

BucketHead Concert Poster

Size 11 x 17 Inches (28 x 43 cm) Flyer Size
price $11.99

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LOW INVENTORY ITEM, (One Left), It may be pulled for auction if it does not sell by midnight >>> 22 hours 31 minutes 39 seconds << Act now to OWN this

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Every Poster Order comes with a protective display bag and hanger. Just like in the Video below.











Proceeding. Buckethead. By the time Buckethead struck the stage (it took a little bit of while, your home songs acquired 8 tracks in to Clutch’s “Elephant Riders” album,) I had wormed my means better to the front, and I couldn’t see any of the hippies still hanging around.

Buckethead’s stage design really isn’t terribly intricate. Since he is additionally a one-man act, exactly how much does he truly require? He had his automated equipment, a little fan, some amps, a couple pieces of statuary (my knowledge of history fails me as I can recognize both breasts, however not place who they showed,) That 1 Guy’s instrument (obvious foreshadow,) and that was it.

Then appears Buckethead, a man with an expressionless mask on his face and a chicken pail passed on his head. For those keeping track, the pail he used present out was plain white, not as depicted aware at major. Dressed in a navy blue jump fit and prepared with a strong white guitar, the program started.

Permit me begin by pointing out that Buckethead is as tall as you’ve listened to. With only a slight misrepresentation, I’m telling you that at any sort of offered time, his hand can cover almost a 3rd of the guitar’s neck.

Being available in, I understood that Buckethead was a damn fine guitar user. I take place to be a big follower of Claypool aided “Monsters and Robots” album. Still, I was accordingly amazed. He is not just a virtuoso that takes place to have a method about a mask and a bucket; he is among the finest members I have seen live; exceptional to Zakk Wylde, easily stated in the same breath as Jeff Hanneman or BB King. I ‘d point out Alex Lifeson, but I’m not a large Rush man. (Sidebar concerning Mr. King. You’re saying to yourself “He’s not metal!” And you’re completely. View your man play live sometime and inform me there’s any sort of guitar player who’s better at deciding on the precise best note at the specific appropriate instant. Plus, ladies enjoy the professional.) Simply sensational to see Buckethead play the means he does. He continuously played his guitar for a hair over 2 hours, and at no point did I weary.

For those who do not understand, Buckethead doesn’t talk while on phase. When he cracked a string and had to stop in the center of a track, he can just demonstrate to the crowd by holding up the damaged string for all to see while running backstage.

During a short break of playing, Buckethead did a quick nunchuck exhibition (which I didn’t understand he might do,) and then danced a really convincing robot for numerous mins.

By the time Buckethead hit the phase (it took a little while, the residential property songs goinged for eight songs into Clutch’s “Elephant Riders” album,) I had wormed my way more detailed to the front, and I could not see any of the hippies still draping around.

Buckethead’s phase format isn’t terribly complicated. Coming in, I understood that Buckethead was a damn fine guitar player. Just sensational to see Buckethead play the method he does. For those that don’t understand, Buckethead doesn’t speak while on stage.


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Buckethead Posters

Thursday, May 21st, 2009






BucketHead Posters


When you think of the great Guitar Players around right now, Buckethead has to jump to the top of list.
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Buckethead’s freakishly long fingers, his creativity and his raw talent vault him to the top of the list.
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These posters are must haves for any true Buckethead fan.


Concert Poster for a BucketHead show.
December 30, 2008 at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland.

Buckethead Concert Poster

Buckethead Concert Poster

Size 11 x17 – 28 x 43 cm
price $9.99



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He proceeded to pick up his Les Paul and give a clinic on metal guitar virtuosity. When he wasn’t playing insanely fast solo runs or poking out blazing, two-handed tapping bits, he was blasting out some of the crunchiest guitar riffs this side of a bucket of extra crispy.
Between songs Buckethead was either trading gifts with his fans, showing off his sweet nunchuck skills, or doing the robot. Musically the show was fantastic, with only a drum machine and Buckethead himself flailing away at the fretboard.
Solo heavy guitar music is one of those things that you have to really enjoy to get anything out of it, whether you appreciate it from a technical standpoint or not. Judging from the crowd’s reaction during the show and after, Buckethead’s fans were as appreciative of him as he was of them.

It takes a certain kind of talent to be able to captivate an audience for an hour and a half with nothing more than a guitar and a bucket on your head. At the Fox Theatre Saturday night, Buckethead showed us how it’s done.

Taking the stage with just his guitar and sound equipment, he filled the theater with pulse pounding beats while showcasing his talents at playing the six-string. A virtuoso at the guitar, Buckethead pushed the extremes of experimental rock while displaying some of the most dynamic and intricate guitar riffs one can imagine.
His persona is as much a part of a show as his ability to play guitar. Wearing an all white KFC bucket on his head and white theater mask, he moved around the stage robotically, posing and looking at the audience as if he was half machine. Jumping between melodic riffs to sounds you wouldn’t think could come from a guitar, it’s a juxtaposition of the beautiful and the extreme; the raw power of an amazing guitar solos with the intricacies of experimental and random sounds.

Halfway through his set, Buckethead showed the crowd his other skills. Losing his guitar and turning his sound equipment to old-school hip hop, he grabbed a pair of nunchucks and wowed the audience with master-like ability. He then began to break dance and performed the robot to the crowd’s delight, before grabbing a Santa-like blue sack and handing out gifts to the audience (and receiving some as well).

While he can take you to soaring heights with crescendo building melodies, he can be a little repetitive and sometimes too experimental with his songs. Creating beeps and sounds that remind of video games from the early ’80s, Buckethead takes you on a journey with magnificent rhythms yet jars you back to reality with screeching noises and computer-like sounds– all from his guitar.

When he wasn’t playing insanely fast solo runs or poking out blazing, two-handed tapping bits, he was blasting out some of the crunchiest guitar riffs this side of a bucket of extra crispy.
His persona is as much a part of a show as his ability to play guitar. Jumping between melodic riffs to sounds you wouldn’t think could come from a guitar, it’s a juxtaposition of the beautiful and the extreme; the raw power of an amazing guitar solos with the intricacies of experimental and random sounds.

Losing his guitar and turning his sound equipment to old-school hip hop, he grabbed a pair of nunchucks and wowed the audience with master-like ability.