We here at TrueFire love Kickstarter. If you’re not familiar with the website, Kickstarter describes itself as “a new way to fund creative projects” and offers people the opportunity to raise funds from others or donate funds to others. When you donate, you choose from several levels of support and you get some reward based on which level you choose. The higher the donation, the greater the reward. We think it’s a brilliant model and a phenomenal tool for creative people who are in need of financial support. We are actually in the process of developing a Kickstarter campaign for a new product we are set to launch sometime in the near future, and we’ll be sure to keep you updated on that.
Until then, we’d like to share with you an interesting project we discovered on Kickstarter called “The Loog Guitar” by Rafael Atijas. Essentially, the Loog
We love 6-string guitars, but it’s true that sometimes they can be overwhelming for little kids and beginners. The Loog
But there’s more. The Loog Guitar additionally offers the child the opportunity to build his or her own
“The Loog Guitar is not only fun and easy, it is also convenient. You can start with the short-scale model, recommended for kids ages 6 to 9, and when the little player grows, you can replace the neck of the
Wow. While we believe there is great value in learning the good ol’ 6-string