Loog will be showcasing its child-friendly guitars at Hal Leonard’s booth.
Loog Guitars has announced a complete revamp of its guitar lineup with the introduction of the Loog Mini and Loog Pro models, which will both be unveiled at NAMM 2017.
The Loog Mini (pictured, right) is a new, smaller version of the popular Acoustic Loog Guitar. Designed for children aged 3+, it comes in a variety of colours and has an RRP of $79.
Just like all Loog guitars, the Mini includes access to the Loog app, which has video lessons, a tuner, and a songbook with songs by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift and more.
The Loog Pro (pictured, below) is an upgraded version of the original Loog guitar. It introduces a new pickup, a new all-maple neck, a new bridge and other enhancements that dramatically improve its sound, intonation and playability.
The Loog Pro line will have Acoustic and Electric models that will retail for $179 and $199, respectively.
“We’ve had young kids and professional musicians playing Loog Guitar from the very beginning. We’re incredibly excited to finally offer models especially catered to both,” said Rafael Atijas, founder and CEO of Loog Guitars.
“We are also very excited about our new app; getting a Loog now gives you access to a set of tools and content that gets you playing songs in no time. And thanks to our partnership with Hal Leonard, we now include a songbook with tunes by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift and more – this means kids can learn guitar by playing songs they actually like.”
Loog will be at Hal Leonard’s booth at the NAMM Show, where it will have its full line on display.
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