Loog Guitar 4+

Loog Guitars, LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 4.2 • 149 Ratings
    • Free



Start playing your favorite songs today with the all-new, official Loog Guitar app. Loog is a line of small, 3-string guitars designed to make it fun and easy for anyone to play music. With the Loog Guitar learning app, children and beginners can access easy-to-follow video lessons that will take them from tuning, strumming and forming chords, all the way to playing songs by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran and more.

The Loog Guitar app was designed with children in mind, and that’s why we structured it as a games in which little monsters help kids form chords, those chords unlock songs, and those songs unlock a whole new world of awesome :)


The Loog Guitar app not only includes a tuner, but it comes with a friendly little monster that teaches you how to use it.

7 short and simple video-lessons by Grammy award winner Tim Kubart. Learn all the basic skills needed to start playing songs on your Loog: chords, strumming, rhythm and common chord-progressions.
Perfect for children and beginners, even those who never picked up a guitar.

Learn to play songs from your favorite artists, including:
• Beatles
• Rolling Stones
• Taylor Swift
• Bruno Mars and more!

Learn to play chords using the selfie camera! Through this feature you'll see a mirrored image of yourself and dots showing where to place your fingers in order to play chords.

The Loog Guitar app includes a monster drummer to help you stay on the beat while you practice. Hey, you are already in a band!

This section will teach you music fundamentals while you play and have fun! There's a fill-in-the-blanks game for you to complete chords (great for ear-training and building memory), a Simon-like game that you can play by tapping on the screen or on your Loog guitar (instead of random sounds and lights, you see a fretboard with the real placement of notes) and more.

Get your Loog, download this app and start playing your favorite songs today!

What’s New

Version 3.6.1

• Tuner Improvements
• General stability fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
149 Ratings

149 Ratings

misaamane<3 ,

It’s good!

This app is great! I learned so many songs that I love and memorized all of the notes! I made a very pretty beautiful song and everyone I know loves it. But the app kicks u out for like no reason at all. Sometimes it can be very annoying. But other than that it’s a great app. U should get it if u are okay with the app kicking u out sometimes.

Kraemer007 ,


We bought this guitar for our 6 year old and thought it would be a great way to learn guitar. Not so much and this app certainly doesn’t help. We obviously don’t know how to play guitar, we want to learn. The pictures of the chords are confusing. Do we play just one string with the pick or all three together to make the chord? They never say. Then on Twinkle Twinkle they want you to put your finger way up by the tuning picks. What? So then you select the game to learn a song. Play one note, if you pass, they teach you two notes like the game Simon. However when you get to the third note when you have to move your fingers it only gives you like 2 seconds or you fail and have to start over. Who learns that quickly? Isn’t the point to learn? It’s like a really bad video game and the app also keeps shutting down. Not impressed at all. The guitar is cute but if you can’t learn thru the app, it’s nothing more than a cute guitar and I could’ve bought one at Walmart for $20. I don’t recommend this product or the app to anyone. Thumbs down.

RealityCheck415 ,

I can’t imagine worse

I don’t know how you even an app for learning guitar this bad, especially for children. The UI is unintuitive. You push buttons to see chords to learn chords. You need to know (actually memorize) the chords to unlock a song. Why not learn chords by playing songs? That would be too easy and fun. The songs are elevator music versions of the songs that don’t even match the original and has no real instruments, just odd toy like synth sounds that dont at all match up with an acoustic guitar. The interface for the songs fails often. And you cant see what an A chord looks like when you’re learning a song, you have to exit the song section and go to the learn chords section. Makes no sense. Really badly designed from a product standpoint and a horrible way to learn guitar. Really bad.

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