Episode 7: Guitars kids can actually play

(Last Updated On: December 16, 2019)


Guitars for kids – how exciting !

So you’ve managed to transfer the music bug to your kids… great !

Nothing better than starting early while our minds are still fresh.

But how to choose an instrument that will not frustrate them ?

We’ll discuss a few options here, including small scale guitars, ukeleles and Loog guitars.

This should help you in making a choice that suits your little ones !!


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This episode has the following structure:

  • Contact info
  • How you can support
  • Updates and news
  • Short scale guitars
  • Ukeleles
  • Loog Guitars

The objective is to create awareness about all the options of guitars available for kids. Music schools can be of guidance but may have their own views and preferences. I’ve done a lot of research over the years and this is what I’m sharing with you now.

I hope this will be of help and it will put your little ones in the right track. The world of music is vast and the earlier you start the better. While some succeed at a later stage in life, it’s important to set them up with the right tools from the start.

Change is inevitable – famous musicians started with one instrument when younger and then switched, so that is also fine. The goal is to find something that your kid will stick to for the long run, even if they never become a professional musician.

Additional Resources

How it all started with the journey of learning guitar in your 40s.

AES Melbourne meeting – sound and emotion.

Algorithm to complete Beethoven’s unfinished symphony.

RME Babyface Pro FS.

How to choose the right guitar for a child.

Loog guitars.

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