Latin Metal - Puya Style

by Ramiro Delforte

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  • Hi GMC'ers! I've made this lesson in the style of Puya, a metal band from Puerto Rico. They do a mix of latin rhythms with new metal, a very special and unique combination. They have three albums:

    * Puya (1995)
    * Fundamental (1999)
    * Union (2001)

    The band had some special guests on the records, percussionists, trumpet players that add the latin spice to the records.

    The techniques that I use in this lesson are:

    * Alternate picking
    * Palm mute
    * Trills
    * Octaves

    I hope you enjoy the lesson! :)

    If you have any doubts don't hesitate to post them on my board or send me a PM.

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