SUMMARY: Loog is a New York-based guitar company that designs three-string guitars for kids as young as 3 years old, that help to make learning the guitar easy and fun. This model is one of the new and improved Loog guitars that was introduced in 2017. It is recommended for ages 8 and older. This..
Gibson is the second biggest guitar company in the world (behind Fender), and they’re well known for making very expensive, fancy guitars, especially their Les Paul line. If you walk into a guitar store looking to spend $3000, there’s a good chance you’ll walk out with a Gibson, and more than likely, it’ll be a..
PROS: Small 3/4 size is great for kids ages 8+. Relatively lightweight for a solid body. Nice looking high gloss finish. Excellent price for what you are getting. CONS: Since it is short scale it will go out of tune easily unless you change to a heavier gauge string. Some reports of issues with the..
For anyone who is looking for a beginner electric guitar package for a child, a decent budget option is the SX RST. You can get this series in a 1/2 size, 3/4 size or even full-size instrument. I wouldn’t recommend the full-size guitar because I think there are much better options available. For kids ages 5..
If you are looking for a starter electric guitar for a girl between the ages of 6 to around 10 a good place to start is with Daisy Rock Guitars. They have some short scale (smaller) small necked, light weight instruments that are suitable for kids in this age range. Usually I wouldn’t say girls need..
SUMMARY: This is the best option for a beginner electric guitar for a child ages 6 to 10 for kids who want to learn the basics on an excellent quality guitar without breaking the bank. Obviously, for the price (around $100) you won’t be getting the very best quality sound and features. Although for a..