Play Google Doodle Les Paul Interactive Guitar on Its Permanent Webpage
Google doodles are images displayed on Google homepage instead of Google logo in honour of historical events. With the popularity of Google’s June 9 interactive guitar doodle, the internet giant has announced that the homage to Les Paul will have its permanent website.
“With all the great tunes you’ve created, we had to give the #LesPaul doodle a permanent home. Keep on rockin!” tweeted Google.
The guitar doodle was both playable and recordable. It was very popular as many Internet users shared their music creations through their Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and other social networking sites. If you haven’t seen this Google doodle or you feel like playing it now, check it out at Google.com/logos/2011/lespaul.html.
Oops… you have no ideas how to play it? Well, the guitar doodle can be played either by hovering the mouse over the guitar strings or by pressing the keyboard. A guide on how to play it on the keyboard is here.
Here is a list of exceptionally well done Les Paul Google Doodle performances posted on YouTube (chosen by the Quertime team). Which of these tunes is your favorite? Tell us in the comments below, and feel free to post yours.
You may want to find out our another post on Top 10 of Most Creative and Interactive Google Doodles.