Meet the Loog Guitar. The small and innovative 3-string guitar that makes it fun and easy for children to play music. The Loog II Electric is a fun little instrument, with a big serious sound and it’s not only for kids. It just won Best in Show (in the “Gotta Stock It!” category) at the Summer NAMM 2016…

The Loog II Electric is cute and small, but it’s not a toy: it’s a real guitar, made out of real wood and equipped with a screaming lipstick-style pickup that sounds amazing whatever style you play.

All Loog Guitars come unassembled, as we believe that by building their own guitar kids develop a first sense of ownership and accomplishment. It’s an experience that helps children bond with the instrument and also with their parents, who can help them build their Loog and share their love of music. (Assembly time: 15 minutes).

Loog Guitars come with a free instructional book with songs by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars and more, and a free app with a tuner, a monkey drummer and video lessons designed to get you playing songs – not just scales or exercises – on day one.

  • 3-String electric guitar kit
  • New model with dramatically improved sound and playability
  • Adjustable-height bridge for low string action
  • Award-winning design approved by educators
  • Includes ebook & iOS app with tuner, video lessons and songs by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and more…
logo Loog Guitars
  • Body Finish: Glossy
  • Body: Basswood
  • Length: 29.2″ (740.5mm)
  • Width: 8.8″ (223.0mm)
  • Depth: 2.6″ (66.0mm)
  • Neck: Maple
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Number of Frets: 18
  • Scale: 20.4″ (520.0mm)
  • Number of Pickups: 1
  • Pickup: Lipstick-style
  • Bridge: Rosewood
  • Controls: 1 x volume knob
  • Saddle: Bone
  • String Nut: Bone
  • Hardware Finish: Silver
  • Colors: Red, White, Green, Blue, Yellow, Pink, Lucite, Black
  • Weight: 4.0lbs (1.9kg)
  • Country manufactured: USA

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.