The Les Paul Google Doodle has become a smash-hit. It was rolled out yesterday to honor what would have been the 96th birthday of the deceased legendary guitarist Les Paul.
The Doodle consists of 10 electric guitar notes users can play either by using the mouse or on the keyboard (letters or numbers 0 through 9).
Many casual fans loved it and strummed around for hours. Meanwhile, musicians have posted numerous songs they have found possible to be played on the Les Paul Google Doodle.
Google makes it easier for you to save your greatest Les Paul Doodle hits. Just press the record button and you’ll be provided a link to your creation (which can be up to 30 seconds long).
The Les Paul Google Doodle is Web 2.0 at its best: a tech company releases a catchy and intuitive platform, users online harvested their talents to create amazing work, and those works have become widely shared on the Internet.
Below are the 5 “greatest hits” Les Paul Google Doodle (chosen by the writer) posted on YouTube:
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