The Loog Guitar was designed by Rafael Atijas to make it easier for children to learn how to play. The guitar has only three strings, a design tweak that makes it easier for children to pick it up and start playing. The Loog Guitar is also self-assembled, making learning to play a more personal experience. I don't know about you, but I would find a guitar that I put together a lot harder to put down than a guitar that I bought in the store.
The Loog Guitar has three different body styles to choose from and different necks to accommodate different age groups. The Loog Guitar is one of those projects that seems too good to be true, but thanks to Kickstarter the Loog is set to go into production on April 20.
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