NEWS A very warm welcome to our new distributors in France! ~ Hohner SA
We'd also like to welcome new Prolog endorsees: Micky Wilson and Al Vosper... Mick's been touring with Graham Gouldman of 10CC fame and Al's just back from tour with IL Divo and Katherine Jenkins...
Prolog endorsee Neil Taylor brandishing his Prolog
What to do with your Log…
Our 3 flagship "Log " products are what we call "stompers". They are not guitar effects pedals (stomp boxes) but instruments in their own right. They are designed to create a beat behind what you're playing and can be used very simply by tapping your feet 2 ,3 or 4 times per bar etc or by using the instrument selectively to create dynamic changes and accents. When plugged into a PA or bass amp they will create the sound of a kick drum. Unlike a "drum machine" these units are played by you... now read on and welcome to Log World...
Prolog is the new super low-profile stomper from Logjam Music. The Prolog’s strong bassy output, compact design and light weight make it the ideal gigging tool.
Katie Marie with 2 Mk 2 Logs.Photo by Lisa Robins
Made from solid Sapele and featuring a colour-coded non-slip gauze base it really is the stomping business.
The integral board means you can create a back beat with your heel and the low stomping angle will ensure that you don’t suffer any physical strain when in use for long periods.
Logarhythm Mk3 is a significant change to the old Mk 2 unit in that we have craftily shaved away the profile to create a smooth curve which makes it very comfortable to play for long periods.By reorienting the acoustic chamber we have also greatly improved the output of your Log.The Mk3 features a non-slip gauze base and it's 200 mm width makes it possible to play it with 2 feet simultaneously and to create softer or harder beats across the radius...stomptastic!
Travelog is a simplified version of the mighty Mk 3 and will fit easily into the inside pocket of your guitar case (eg. Hiscox)Get Down!
All our stompers will put out a nice round bassy kick drum without the need for a drum machine. All you've got to do is plug one end of a standard guitar lead into your amp or PA and the other end into the “Log Out” socket and tap your foot in time with the music you're playing.
Depending on the type of shoes you're wearing you will find that the sound will change. Hard leather soles will produce a more "toppy" sound than say trainers or thick rubber soles. It's a versatile situation.
NB:Whilst the Log/Travelog/Prolog work fine through a small AER or Schertler, SA etc., we recommend that you use an amp & speakers with some bass end for maximum effect… your average small PA or bass amp works great!
Welcome to the home of Logjam Music, introducing THE LOGARHYTHM stomp-box.
One Man and His Log . .
Ever wondered how you could play drums and guitar whilst not using a drum machine? Stay cool and leave "Roland" behind you . . . discover the hip world of The Log.
All you need is a right or left foot that can stomp out the beats and you have found log heaven. The all new Logarhythm is the thing for you!
Welcome to Log World!
The Log will put out a nice round bassy kick drum and save you from the criticism that "It's all just machines!". In fact you'll find that audiences are fascinated by the idea that you can plug a piece of timber into an amplifier to produce the rhythm. How cool is that? All you've got to do is tap your foot on The Log in time with the music you're playing.
Depending on the type of shoes you're wearing you will find that the sound of The Logarhythm will change. hard leather soles will produce a more "toppy" sound than say trainers or thick rubber soles. Tapping your foot at different points along the width of The Logarhythm will also produce a tonal variation. It's pretty versatile.
The Logarhythm is made from a high-quality African hardwood called Sapele. We give The Log a generous double coating of Linseed oil and then finish off with a fine wax polish before it leaves our workshops.
The base of the unit features a non-slip black gauze pad in order to stop it skating around the stage. but for even better adhesion and to get some extra-funky grooves, we suggest that you take a look at the Heel'n'Toe pictured here with The Log and The Wedge.
So there you go . . . put one end of a guitar lead into the Log Out socket and the other into your amp or PA. Bring the volume up slowly to avoid excessive levels, knock off the treble and mid EQ and you're away. What could be easier? (View a video demonstration of the MK I Logarhythm in action.)
In the best Hollywood tradition our MK II Logarhythm has been given a makeover. We've added a new colour scheme and drilled the base of the unit so that it slots neatly onto the innovative Heel 'n' Toe.
Click on the "Buy Now" link below to order your MK II Logarhythm or use the "Add to Cart" option to add our other products and enhance your "Log Experience".
Stompingly yours. The Log Team.