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Les Paul Google Doodle Remembered With New Webpage

June 11, 2021 | Maddy Rowe

Just two days ago, we reported on one of our favorite topics, that of a new Google Doodle that was representing the late guitar legend Les Paul. Search engine Google’s homepage was laid out with the letters made into a guitar which when you hovered above the strings, you could actually sound them out and make a tune. For users in the US, they can actually record their tune and share with friends.

As well as this, we told you that the Doodle became so popular that viral video site YouTube couldn’t get enough of it, with it receiving a huge amount of viewings. Today the news carries on, Google have now decided that the American guitar artist which invented the first ever solid-bodied electric guitar will now have his own dedicated webpage.

Mashable were keen to point out that what makes this special, is that normally the Google Doodles only last for up to 24 hours but to now have its own page, makes it pretty unique.

Tell us did you have a play with the Doodle? Did you make up a tune? Are you a Les Paul fan?

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