The massive success and popular approval of a Google Doodle dedicated to guitar hero and inventor Les Paul has led to Google giving the interactive doodle a permanent home.
The Google Doodle shaped as a series of guitar strings that lets users play and record their own tunes now has a permanent address.
Popular demand for the doodle inspired Google to keep it online for an extra day on 10 June. However, now it has a permanent home.
The musical doodle went online on 9 June in honour of the late Lester William Polsfuss’ 96th birthday.
Otherwise known as Les Paul, he was an American guitarist and inventor who helped pioneer the solid-body electric guitar and techniques such as licks, trills, chording, fretting and timing that inspired jazz and rock music and which feature in many of today’s chart music.