I have been compensated for this post in the form of a product. All opinions are mine and mine alone. This post is sponsored by Loog Guitars.
Fostering a child’s creativity and artistic flare is important to keep a child busy and to make them a well-rounded individual. This is made easy with items like the ones found on the Loog Guitars site that don’t break your budget, are stylish and are good quality products that will grow with your child. Loog Guitars was born in 2011 with the financial backup of many believers all over the world via Kickstarter. They have since grown to include guitars sized for children 3-7 years, 8 and up and accessories to keep them well stored and to boost the sound play and created an application to accompany your guitar product.
I love how this guitar is small but sturdy. My 2 year old and 5 year old can both easily handle this guitar without issues. At first I was afraid they would damage it but realized the quality on this guitar is superior to ones with a smaller price tag. They use only trees from responsibly managed forests and stand behind their quality products 100%. Not only are their products well-made but they are committed to the results your child will get from this instrument with a stack of cards that come with the guitar that teach you the chords. You can also download the loog app that will help you learn the chords via videos, has a tuner and a funny monkey on drums that will help you stay on beat. It is not just a product but a well-rounded package that will help you and your child get the most out of this guitar. There are acoustic and even electric versions for the Pro version, 8 years and up.
The Loog Mini Red we received was so beautiful I almost didn’t want to hand it over to my son. But as soon as he saw it he was desperate to have me open it. The package was very light which surprised me. The color was definitely rock-ish and made my son feel like a star. Like any child he loved the cards and asked us to help him place his hands as demonstrated on each card. After a few tries he was able to get a few beats out on the three cords. He also asked questions about instruments, what notes were, how to hold the guitar correctly and I was thrilled to see him learning information and music at the same time. My daughter also picked it up although she didn’t understand the chords but was able to push out some notes. It has only been a couple of weeks but my son is slowly learning, is still showing interest in playing and even pretends with his sister that they are on a band, while she plays a tambourine to accompany him. I downloaded the application to show him the videos of people playing which also has kept his interest high. So far I don’t see any scratches on it though my son has played with it daily and has even had visiting cousins play with it. This is a fun instrument that teaches without being overwhelming for a small child.
You can find the mini on their shop page priced at $79 and shipping is free when you spend $90 or more in the U.S. Check them out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest styles, special editions and sales. One lucky reader will win a matching red mini loog guitar. Good Luck!!
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