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Stevie Coyle: “622”
 
Peghead Nation fingerstyle guitar instructor plays an original composition.
September 30, 2015

Peghead Nation fingerstyle instructor Stevie Coyle is an integral part of the San Francisco Bay Area guitar scene. A former member of the Waybacks, he spent several years touring the country and playing at major festivals, but today, he mostly performs as a solo artist, and is an in-demand teacher. As proprietor of Mighty Fine Guitars in Lafayette, California, Stevie specializes in the sale of luthier-made custom guitars, and he hosts an acoustic music concert series at the shop.

In this video, Stevie plays his original composition “622,” which is also featured on his CD Ten-In-One. “The tune started off as snippet I wrote back in college, and 622 was the street number of the house I lived in,” he says. “The piece has morphed considerably since then, and now has kind of a circus calliope feel to it.”

To study fingerstyle guitar with Stevie, enroll in his Fingerstyle Guitar course on Peghead Nation today.

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