I have his album Suspension, its fun for a few minutes, but after that I just have to turn it off
He's very talented of course, but 9 minutes of shredding, repeated several times? No thanks.
And in addition, what he's doing isn't REALLY as unbelievable as it seems.
When you start getting into legato playing, 4 notes per string, you'll find yourself playing things faster than you ever imagined you could. Now, chances are if you're like most of us (and Francesco Fareri too), you still won't know WHAT to play once you get this kind of technique, but at least you'll be able to turn a few heads (I guess).