Posted by: Glenelg Guitar Studio | December 23, 2013


Merry Christmas to everyone.

Chocolate guitars. Both my passions indulged. Danielle saw these in Germany and I hope she's bringing some home.

Chocolate guitars. Both my passions indulged. Danielle saw these in Germany and I hope she’s bringing some home.

Now Christmas brings lots of things together-holidays for most of us and a chance to unwind and think about the important things in life. For me some of the important things are Chocolate and Guitars, and if you can put them together then all the better!!!

Of course there is also my family and special greetings to Danielle in Germany (happy birthday for today girl) and to Jason who’s in China. Both are on study trips and return over the next seven months.

I would also like to thank everyone for subscribing to my website this year and I hope it has been entertaining, informative, relevant and at times amusing.
To those who have commented;  thank you for taking the time to do so and to those who I come in contact with either casually, or through our shared love of music, thankyou for your  friendship and for allowing me to be involved in your “musical journey”.

Finally, thank you to those who have helped me put together this website, my good friends and students Ian and Robyn, and of course my family Kath, Danielle and Jason. 

Merry Xmas Everyone
Leigh and Kath

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world  (Nelson Mandela) 

PS If you have any suggestions as to what you would like to see on this website in 2014 I would love to hear from you


  1. G’day Leigh & Family,

    A case for me of being: “Out of sight but not out of mind.”

    Many thanks for your regular & always informative emails, ever a Joy to read & reread & reread – and always detectable under all your emails your “Guitar-Love & Musical-Smile!”

    Looking forward to receiving more emails again in 2014.

    A Joyous & Safe Christmas to you & your Family & Relatives & Friends & Past-&-Present students of The Instrument played by the Angels On High, who are pictured in so many pricele$$ pictorial masterpiece$ on exhibit in so many of the art centres throughout the world.

    May The Christ-Child, The Lord of the Dance & Music ever be your Muse & Inspiration!

    Merrily, Hugh-@-82.

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