If there’s one thing I like about Google is the search screen; it’s fast, no clutter and sometimes, you just don’t know what you’re going toget with their logo, but you can bet when they change it to stuff like Pac-Man last time; companies were hating them.
This time they added a Guitar to the companies logo and darn if it ain’t addicting.
I found myself pick the guitar more than I was searching for stuff and soon after, I wasn’t able to recall what I was going to look for. This type of stuff is truly entertaining; it’s something I’m glad Google does out of fun.
But did you notice you can record your guitar playings?
The guitar is actually in respect to Les Paul who is created for the solid body guitar in 1940; A piviotal point in country music and leading in to the rock and roll sounds we all know today.
But, Yeah, it’s right there… in plain sight.
Click the record button, it starts recording you play and then pick out the strings and play [rock on man].
When you’re done, it gives you a link to the guitar doodle you just did and you can play it back any time. So freakin’ cool— sorry, truly geeking out here.
Here’s my link:
Sorry, too fun not to share.
Larry Henry Jr.
Google Gives Millions Free Guitar Lessons and Respect to Les Paul
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