Go to Google.com and you have a working electric guitar, waiting to be strummed using your computer’s keyboard and mouse. Google is celebrating the 96th birthday of Les Paul – the legendary American Jazz guitarist and the person to whom the famous Epiphone Lespaul electric guitar is credited.
Playing music on todays Google logo
The Guitar doodle also works with your computer’s keyboard, just hit the keyboard button once and press any alphabet (A-Z) or number to hear a unique tone. You can play Do – Re- Mi in the sequence: QWERTYUI. Some sources have reported that the doodle also houses a small record button, which can be used to record your notes and you can simply copy the URL of the resulting page and share the piece music with anyone.
As for me, I was not lucky enough to find the record button and record the sequence of notes of a song.
The following video shows how notes and chords work in the Les Paul Google doodle: