The Google Doodle for Lester William Polsfuss, better known as Les Paul, is a digital version of the electric guitar, the Gibson Les Paul, which was developed by Les Paul. Google decided to honour the 96th birthday of Les Paul, who was famous for his experiments with overdubbing, delay effects such as tape delay, phasing effects and multi-track recording.
The Les Paul Google Doodle has been depicted in a way where the users can see "Google" with a set of guitar strings of varying lengths. Users can play the Gibson Les Paul guitar by hovering the mouse on the strings.
Users can also bang out chords and tunes by clicking on the "keyboard" icon on the lower right. Clicking on the doodle, Google will show the search result for 'Les Paul.'
The search engine never fails to celebrate special days and occasions with its interesting Doodles. Recently, it aid its tribute to the comedy pioneer - Charlie Chaplin on his 122th birthday with an unique special themed Video on its homepage.
The interactive and beautifully designed Google doodles remind us about special days and life of great artists and scientists.