Google Guitar Contest Results

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Well wasn’t that fun for a quick out of the blue thing?  We had quite a number of submissions, so that’s cool.  We’d like to kick this off by giving our personal thanks for everyone’s submission.

It was a lot of fun sifting through and listening to the submissions… well… up until the part where I was up past my bed time while we chose a winner, and choosing a winner wasn’t entirely easy.  There were a number of good submissions, but of course we have to narrow it down to two submissions, so here’s who we picked.

1st Place:

Paolo Galido – Under the Sea Part 1 and Part 2

Part 1

Part 2

 

2nd Place

John Mynatt – Something He Busted Out

So yeah.  There you go.  Congrats to the both of you.  Thanks again for participating, everyone.  We do look forward to doing something like this again in the future, so stick around.

In the meantime here are some other submissions from others.

Other Entries we’d like to share

Christopher R.

Daniel T.

Darryl B.

David M.

Doug J.

James H.

James V.

John K.

Laurence D. – Strawberry Fields

Mike L.

Rodger R.

 

If there was a third place, it would have been Nick Carter (Nick, we’ll send you some picks too!):

1 2 3

Paolo Galido

Just the Way You Are

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Happy Birthday

Stir It Up

Classical Piece

Disney’s Electrical Parade

Pirates of The Carribean

It’s a Small World

Part of Your World Part 1

Part of Your World Part 2

Beauty and The Beast

 

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Kyle Smitchens

Kyle Smitchens is the Guitar-Muse Managing Editor, super hero extraordinaire, and all around great guy. He has been playing guitar since his late teens and writing personal biographies almost as long. An appreciator of all music, his biggest influences include Tchaikovsky, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Steve Vai, Therion, and Jon Levasseur of Cryptopsy.

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    Thanks for making a third place for me! Guess whos going to be telling people he “writes award winning music” from now on

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    With Google Guitar as your medium at that. I actually killed a lot of time toying around with it. You can come up with some snazzy melodies very easily. It’s gonna be a bummer when Google inevitably removes it.

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      Sure thing, dude. The fact that some of your Google Guitar visions required two parts was something else. That’s one of those above and beyond the call of duty parts. Not to mention they were very accurate.

      Congrats. Enjoy the 25 bones.

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