We bet you’ve got tons of stories about being a kid at summer camp. And even if you’ve never been, chances are you’ve read about them in at least one book during your early teens. Being at camp represents freedom, the outdoors, the arts and, above all, friendship – the ultimate kid-friendly American tradition. But […] -- Find out more at https://blog.loogguitars.com
We’ve created our own playlists in the past but this is a first: we just got this one in our inbox, created by one of our Twitter followers, @muuums. So we obviously went straight to Grooveshark and turned it into a shareable experience so all of you could enjoy it. The reason why we loved […] -- Find out more at http://blog.loogguitars.com
It had been a while since we heard from David Mills, our favorite music teacher from the Neighborhood Music School in New Haven, CT. But some weeks ago we finally did get something – and surely David is now spoiling us rotten with the goodies he sends. This time around, watch as Fiona (one of […] -- Find out more at http://blog.loogguitars.com
Last time we talked about Pip Blom we mused about how relatable it was for us to read about her experience with song writing. She spoke about the thick calluses on her fingertips, her discipline, her decisions regarding song-length and her choice of using a Loog Guitar.
Last week we got one of those tweets no one expects on our Twitter feed. You might have seen it – even though it was in Spanish we retweeted it and even offered a translation: @MeniniNicola: Alex Kapranos was just here. He looked at the furniture, played the Loog for a little while and left… […] -- Find out more at http://blog.loogguitars.com