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Loog Pro Electric

Regular price $199.00


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Ages: 8+

The Loog Pro Electric guitar is the perfect size for kids ages 8+



  • Award-winning design approved by educators: learn on a Loog, play any guitar
  • Designed for kids, good enough for pros: solid wood body, maple neck, perfect intonation and low string action for enhanced playability
  • Fully assembled and ready to play
  • Includes flashcards with chord diagrams and full access to the Loog Guitar app (iOS and Android)

    As Easy As 1-2-3

    With its slim 3-string neck and accompanying app, the Loog Pro Electric guitar will get you playing songs -not just scales or exercises- right from day one. With Loog, kids and beginners are playing, learning and having fun from the very beginning, acquiring skills that stay with them forever.

    Learn on a Loog. Play any guitar.

    The Loog Pro uses the first three strings of a guitar: same strings, same tuning. This is why everything you learn on a Loog can be applied on a 6-string guitar as well.

    The Loog Guitar App

    When you get a Loog, you get more than just a guitar; you get an instrument bundled with an app that has everything you need to start playing songs: video lessons, a tuner and even a digital songbook so you can learn guitar by playing real songs (Beatles, Stones, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars and more).



    YOUR COOLEST OTHER GUITAR

    If you already play guitar, the Loog Pro can still be a nice addition to your arsenal: tune it to Open A and use it as a riff machine or to play slide. Or simply let the constraint of having fewer strings unleash your creativity and take you to new musical places.

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    FAQs

    Should a beginner start with the acoustic model first and only then move to an Electric Loog?
    Not really. In fact, some argue that it’s easier to start with an electric guitar, because the strings are closer to the fretboard and that makes them more comfortable to play. We suggest going with whatever model you like best.

    So, if it’s electric then I have to get an amp?
    Short answer: No. The Loog Pro Electric can be plugged to an amp just like any other electric guitar, and it will sound amazing. But an amp is not *needed* for the guitar to work. Unlike electronic keyboards, electric guitars do produce sound even when unplugged. In fact, that's how most of us play our electric guitars at home, even if we have an amp.

    Do you offer a left-handed Loog?
    Not yet, sorry. We have a few lefties on our team and they simply flip the order of the strings, just like Hendrix did. Worked great for him and works quite well for them too :)

    Specs

    • Body: Paulownia
    • Neck and fingerboard: Maple
    • Number of Frets: 18
    • Control: Volume
    • Scale: 20.4" (520.0mm)
    • Length: 29.2" (740.5mm)
    • Width: 8.8" (223.0mm)
    • Depth: 2.6" (66.0mm)
    • Weight: 4.0lbs (1.9kg)

    What's in the box

    • Loog Pro Electric guitar
    • Loog flashcards with chord diagrams

    Customer Reviews

    4.3 Based on 15 Reviews
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    BM
    06/06/2019
    B. McCarthy

    Great Kids Guitar

    Do your kids ask for an electric guitar? I have an acoustic guitar, and I didn't want to invest a lot in an electric one for the kids, so I got this one. It sounds great (well, it sounds like it will be great once they learn how to play it), and it was easy on my wallet...

    L
    05/31/2019
    Loren

    Best guitar for kids

    Great for kids. Makes learning easy and fun. High quality product compared to “toy” guitars out there. Fun for adults to play with too

    DS
    03/03/2019
    Dr. Stuart Gitlow

    A little costly for what's provided, but a good starting point for those of us with small hands.

    I've read the reviews from musicians panning this guitar for all sorts of reasons, but I'm approaching it from a different perspective. I'm an adult with small hands and I've always found learning guitar difficult because my fingers don't reach where they need to reach. So I figured I'd try this out. Admittedly, the app needs some work and the flashcards don't do a great job telling me what I need to do to get each chord going, but the concept of a three-string guitar is a good one. And yes, the sound leaves something to be desired and the strings aren't great, but again, I'm just trying to learn so I don't need wonderful sound yet, but merely something that roughly equals what I'm trying to achieve. And this does the trick. Off to practice...

    K
    02/17/2019
    Kiki

    Fun and it sounds awesome!

    I think most people will probably be fine with the acoustic Loog for their kids--especially if you don't have any sort of amp just lying around the house. But since my teenage son is already a guitar player, we do have an amp, this was a great little "toy" to get! My son plugged it in to the amp, and it sounds wonderful! Since he's a little more experienced, he can really play the little three string Loog. He isn't so wild about giving a small child what he thinks is only a partial guitar, but I think it's a great way to get an stringed instrument into a child's hands early on.

    EA
    02/12/2019
    E. Anderson

    Great for the musically frustrated

    I'm a middle aged guy who has owned guitars but found the process of learning complicated finger patterns a barrier to actually making music. I got the Loog for Christmas this year and in a few short weeks I am rockin' right along. I didn't tune it like they recommend so that using their app I'd be able to make the jump to a six string because, frankly, i don't care. I tuned it to GDG (open G) and searched for Cigar Box Guitar lessons and tabs online (for the three string Cigar Box Guitar) and, voila, I'm making music that sounds like music. With open tuning I can play a ton of chords with one finger (barring three strings is easier than six) but there are all sorts of other chord shapes to learn as well as the muting and strumming and use of a slide and all the other things that go into guitar playing. I'm sure "real" guitarists will turn up their noses but for someone who just wants to make some music, I'd say Cigar Box Guitar or if you don't like that aesthetic, Loog it up!