Since lockdown hit back in March, we started offering free guitar group lessons online, as a way to learn and connect. It's been our favorite thing we ever did at Loog: hundreds of kids playing, learning and jamming together... and giving their parents a well-deserved break :)
What’s cooler than seeing 179 other kids -just like you- learning to play guitar, at the same time? We think not much. Last Saturday was pretty much a milestone in Loog history: the first-ever online Loog group lesson for kids under 8, hosted by the amazing guys at Lessonface.com. And it rocked!
We’ve been keeping busy this year in our own hometown with a crazy idea we had: Loog Guitar events. Or, in other words, why not offer concerts for kids and then show them how to rock out once the gig is over? Luckily, we found many similar-minded people who thought our idea wasn’t that crazy and let us test it out. And boy was it fun! Kids were not only enjoying rock shows made for them, but also sticking around to learn to build and play the Loog Guitar. The more extroverted bunch even dared to hop on stage and try the Loog out! Others prefered one-on-one sessions at the end of the show, helped by band members and music...
Hey fellow Loog players! We’re reporting back from day two at this year’s NAMM Show with ANOTHER cool thing you can find at booth #5720 (which we’re sharing with Hal Leonard because songs in our new booklets!). Apart from being able to pick up a Loog and take it for a spin, meet the founder of Loog Guitars, check out our new booklets and have a great time, you can also ask us to show you a preview of our coming-soon Loog Academy app – and we’ll gladly oblige
Many music teachers are slowly turning toward the Loog to teach kids how to play guitar – the instrument holds easy learning and kids at the heart of its design and we’re psyched that so many educators have caught on. David Mills is one of precursors of this movement. We’ve talked about David, our favorite music teacher, over and over and over again – but most of you probably don’t know him that well. That’s why we thought it’d be cool to launch our new Educator Spotlight feature sharing a bit more about it.