Loog Two

About Loog Two

Did your child breeze through Loog Zero hungry to learn more songs, harder songs, and start reading music notation on the staff? If so, Loog Two is for them.

Alternatively, if your child has not taken Loog Zero, are they comfortable playing a variety of songs on their Loog guitar? Do they know the notes in first position and basic chords? Would you like them to learn to read music and jumpstart their musical education? If so, they’re welcome in Loog Two!

In Loog Two we’ll learn to read notes on the staff and build a diverse repertoire of Loog guitar songs. We’ll build on the rhythmic concepts from Loog Zero and learn about rests and playing in 3/4 time (three beats per measure). Most importantly, we’ll learn plenty of new songs for their repertoire, reading music the whole time.

What's Needed


3-String Loog guitar
Strap (if you don’t have an actual guitar strap, a comfortable string attached to the strap pegs will work)
Tuner or tuning app

Playing Experience

Students should have completed Loog Zero and be very comfortable with the ideas presented there. Alternatively, students who have not completed Loog Zero must: (1) know how to tune and hold the guitar (2) know the notes in first position (3G, A, B, C, D, E, F, 1G) (3) know the chords Em, G, G7, C and (4) recognize whole notes, half notes, and quarter notes and understand their rhythmic value.

All students beginning Loog Two should have the six notes in first position memorized (3G, A, B, C, D, E, F, 1G) and be able to easily get a clean sound. Likewise for the four chords Em, G, G7, C. Students also need to be able to play in rhythm using whole notes, half notes, and quarter notes.

Class Structure

Each class will last thirty minutes. Students are encouraged to send the instructor videos of class songs between sessions to get feedback on their playing.
Students and parents are encouraged to ask questions in our forum discussion here.

Class Size

Maximum of 25 enrollments

Parental Involvement

Parents, please plan to be present during the entire first class. For subsequent classes, mature students may be able to handle attending the class independently. Other children may need parental assistance throughout the entire course.

Class Goals

  • - Learn to read the six notes in first position in music notation
  • - Read the chords Em, G, G7, and C on the staff
  • - Learn the concept of rests (quarter, half, whole) and how to read them
  • - Begin playing in 3/4 time using dotted half notes and other rhythmic values
  • - Play plenty of songs that use a combination of notes, chords, and rhythmic values
  • - Learn a few more notes and chords
  • - Add to a growing repertoire of Loog songs to play for family and friends
  • - Continue developing practice habits that are critical for musical growth and improvement

Age Range


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The class will meet for ten weekly 30-min live online sessions on Sundays at 12:30 pm ET | 9:30 am PT | 16:30 UTC on the schedule below. The first session is on March 26.
(Convert to my time zone)

All classes are recorded for later review and study. If you have to miss a class or two, you can always catch up using the video.

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM EST
Loog Two
Leah Kruszewski

How It Works

Students can connect to the online platform using a tablet or computer with reliable internet. To actively participate online students also need a webcam with microphone. The class is covered by the Lessonface Guarantee.

Book 1:1 online lessons with Leah Kruszewski on their Lessonface profile.

Leah Kruszewski

Leah Kruszewski

Multi-year Teacher of the Year for Flamenco and Classical Guitar, Leah loves introducing flamenco guitarists to the rhythms and melodies of southern Spain and guiding classical players as they develop their technique and repertoire. She also enjoys guiding beginners in Loog, fingerstyle, and acoustic guitar (ages 6 & up, please).

Students Say

Eric F. on September 26, 2021
Class: Exploring Flamenco: Compás of Fandangos de Huelva and Tarantos

This was a fantastic lesson today! Leah's pace was just right for my playing ability--she want slowly enough so that I could keep up and yet not too slowly, thus keeping things challenging. I like the way she always demonstrates how to play things in a basic way and then shows us a "fancier" more musically interesting way to play it. Very much looking forward to next class!

Hayes D. on July 27, 2021
Class: Spanish Fingerstyle Guitar with Leah Kruszewski

Leah is very attentive. She gives you multiple chances to understand what she`s talking about. She gives examples at the beginning of the class, explains how to do what she is teaching, takes questions, excepts different interpretations and points of view, and gives students a chance to play. She also gives examples at the end, first playing slowly, and then faster, so that we really get to hear the piece and appreciate its potential. Thanks Leah!

Maxime S. on January 30, 2022
Class: Loog Guitar for New Musicians - 2. Rhythm basics using the open string notes and strumming

great class, thanks Leah! Maxime feels it harder to follow the beat when it is super slow. no patience! See you next class

Neil G. on May 11, 2021
Class: Rhythm and Rasgueos: 1. Rasgueo basics

exciting and challenging new tools. Looking forward to the next class.

Liga V. on March 20, 2021
Class: Spanish Fingerstyle Guitar with Leah Kruszewski

My son has been taking group lesson since January and is having a lot of fun learning a new song every week. Thanks so much for this opportunity!

Liga V. on February 17, 2021
Class: Spanish Fingerstyle Guitar with Leah Kruszewski

Wonderful class. Teacher slowly explains the song and my son is able to learn it. Thanks so much!

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