Our second Summer NAMM was over way before we were ready for it to end – and boy was it amazing. Nashville’s Summer NAMM is supposed to be a smaller version of the Anaheim NAMM Show but well, you know how it usually goes for us: small is sometimes better We had a great time this year at the show and, we know we keep saying this, but we feel it was our best trade show experience so far: we closed some nice deals that will help us get Loog Guitars into more stores, more cities and more countries. We also met new friends, including some from Nashville’s songwriter scene who dropped by our booth to play for a while...
We finally made it into Europe, you guys! We’ve been eyeing our European Kickstarter backers with subtle envy these past few years and knew we had to cross the Atlantic eventually – and this year’s musikmesse couldn’t have come at a better time. Musikmesse, for those of you who aren’t really familiar with the international […] -- Find out more at http://blog.loogguitars.com
The time has finally come! We’re so, SO proud to finally announce that the Third Man Records Electric Loog Guitar is finally available at the TMR.com store! Planned as a Record Store Day exclusive, these branded Electric Loog Guitars come in yellow-on-black and black-on-yellow, their unassembled parts tucked into a newly-designed box with cheat sheets for […] -- Find out more at http://blog.loogguitars.com
You’ll never hear us complain about the weather, but boy was it cold this weekend in NYC! Luckily, we spent a huge part of our time indoors at the Toy Fair NY, our FOURTH so far and best yet. Yes, we know, every edition of every fair and show we go to is the best […] -- Find out more at http://blog.loogguitars.com
Last week was our third and busiest NAMM Show to date! We had a blast getting to know so many people and jamming with all the folks who dropped by booth #4715. The Anaheim Convention Center was brimming with energy from morning til night, the people were super nice and open to meeting everyone there […] -- Find out more at http://blog.loogguitars.com