Looking to bring your younger kids into the family band? Kidding Around got your back! In this new section we’ve named “Loog Friends Recommend”, our fave stores that carry the Loog Guitar recommend other musical toys and playthings to entertain young ‘uns and start tickling their musical fancy.
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!
Getting your Loog Guitar in the mail is the best feeling ever, and we live on videos showing kids’ reactions to their new musical best friends. But for parents who don’t know how to play the guitar, it can be tough to answer their kids’ first questions (and we all know kids LOVE making questions we can’t answer). So what can we do to help them start their learning process with the right foot?
Hello, rockstar. I hope you and your loved ones are well and healthy. I'm blown away by the messages and photos you share with us these days. Please keep them coming. To know that our guitars are helping some of you get through these crazy times, really makes my day. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. While we try to make sense of this weird movie we are all starring in, I wanted to share some things we are doing to make the most out of this stressful situation.
Dressed up as Bowie for Halloween, watched SpongeBob jamming out with Patrick, wants to be just like rocker Mommy or can’t get enough of Daddy’s tunes – whatever the reason, you now have a little kid guitar player in your hands. And even rockstars write Santa letters from time to time. So what should you get a little kid guitar player? We’ve got your back. Below are what we consider the 7 best gifts for kid guitar players. Better start ‘em young! 1. Loog Guitar Let’s just get this one out of the way – of course we think the Loog Guitar is THE best gift for kid guitar players, especially if they’re still brimming with potential. Call us biased, but...