Loog Mini Guitar

Regular price $ 79.99

The ideal gift for little rockstars. With a Loog and its accompanying app, kids are playing, learning and having fun from the very beginning, acquiring skills that stay with them forever.

Playing songs on guitar can be a daunting task for beginners. Loog solves this: our 3-string guitars reduce chords to the basic triad, allowing for an easier and faster learning process. With a Loog, kids can play songs on day one, feeling rewarded and encouraged to keep on playing and learning.

With a Loog and its accompanying app, a child can learn to play songs -not just scales or exercises- on day one. This gives little rockers a sense of accomplishment that stimulates them to keep going. With Loog, kids are playing, learning and having fun from the very beginning, acquiring skills that stay with them forever. 

 

  • Real wood, real guitar: perfect intonation, low string action and classical nylon strings
  • The ideal first guitar: 3-string award-winning design approved by educators
  • Fully assembled and ready to play
  • Includes flashcards with chord diagrams and full access to the Loog Guitar app (iOS and Android)

REAL WOOD, REAL GUITAR

The Loog Mini is small, fun and cute, but it's not a toy: it's a real instrument, made out of real wood, that projects a sweet, beautiful sound that's just unbelievable for a guitar of this size and price.

 

“This is the best beginner guitar I have seen. The cards and app make teaching my kids easy and fun! Within a day my 5 y/o was strumming and playing different chords.” — Christian Laguio

 

“I received my Loog and let me say it's a solid little guitar. My six year old loves it and enjoys going through the cards learning chords. I enjoy strumming with it too. Good work, guys!” — Bryan Braman

 

"Thanks for helping me instill a love for listening and creating music for the kids in my family."  - Jeremy Burnich

 

“My Loog arrived an hour ago. I can already play with it more after an hour than I could after a few weeks with a 6 string when I tried to learn 15 years ago. I love it!” — Steve Marsh