Loog for Education
"I have used Loog Guitars to teach hundreds of students. We’ve seen a significant change in kids who, since playing a Loog, are more confident and interact better with peers. Thanks to Loog Guitars, I can have a class of students all playing a song together within 15 minutes on their first day.”
— David Mills (The Neighborhood Music School)
AN INSTRUMENT FOR EMPOWERNMENT
With Loog Guitars, students are able to play songs on class one. The benefit of this is that kids feel engaged from the beginning and stimulated to keep learning music. We are honored to have won a "Best Tools for Schools" award at the 2013 NAMM Show, when music teachers from the U.S. voted for Loog as the Best Elementary Student Teaching Tool.
Loog and STEAM
Loog Guitars provide an opportunity to fully embrace STEAM education through the physical and mathematical comprehension of notes. Our free Educator Guide shows how to integrate Loog Guitars to your current curriculum, and how Loog can coexist with traditional teaching methods, such as Suzuki, Kodály and Orff.
Educator Spotlight: David Mills
David Mills is a music educator who decided to use singing, strumming and song writing as a vehicle for teaching music fundamentals to young children. He started out by using ukuleles with 3-strings tuned GBE like the highest 3-strings of the guitar. He later discovered Loog Guitars which, according to him, have much better spacing and string length than ukeleles. Read more →
Become a Certified Loog Instructor
We always get emails asking for local guitar instructors who can give lessons on a Loog. Learn how you can become a Certified Loog Instructor so that we can recommend you.
Loog Guitars are powerful tools for learning and we are committed to making them accessible to all. We offer a discount on bulk orders for academic institutions and a 15% discount on Loog Pro and Loog Mini guitars for individual teachers and students.
To get a quote on Loog Guitars for your school or to receive your unique 15% discount code, fill the following form using your dot-edu email address.