Google users share their Les Paul strumming skills - YouTube top five
Thursday 09 June 2011
On June 9, Google honored American musician Les Paul (1915-2009), inventor of the famous guitar that bears his name, with an interactive Google Doodle on what would have been his 96th birthday. Google users have been practicing their strumming skills, and some have been sharing their efforts on YouTube.
Under the serach term "Les Paul," filtered for "uploaded today" and rated by "view count," the top five most-watched efforts on YouTube are:
Google Doodle Guitar - Les Paul by balasvdo
2. Les Paul's Guitar Chords in Google's Home Page - Les Paul Google Doodle by SkyingBlogger
Google music guitar logo by kanagJ
Les Paul Google Doodle Guitar by balasvdo
Google Les Paul - ?????? by overconda
Recorded on June 9 at 3:00PM GMT.
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