Fr Ron Parker – Bryn Mawr, PA

“Like most professional guitarists, I have had a collection of fine guitars. Doing studio work in the 60s and 70s, I would sometimes go to the studio with five guitars: an arch top, flat top, acoustical, and solid bodies. One time I was evicted from an elevator on 56th street in New York – embarrassment! But now I have the guitar that does it all and sounds good playing jazz and rock. The Entrada fits with today’s sounds, the action is good and it fits under my coat. This is the guitar I have been waiting for. It’s got Moxi!

I have been playing and teaching guitar professionally for at least 60 years. I was a studio guitarist for three hit shows. Sweet Charity, and Promises, Promises, played jazz guitar for Chico Hamilton, featured at the River Boat Restaurant in the Empire State Building, played a lot, learned a lot, but the most usable stuff I’ve learned, I learned from a guy named Robert Conti

Father Ron Parker,
Bryn Mawr, PA

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2 thoughts on “Fr Ron Parker – Bryn Mawr, PA”

  1. Hi Ron just wanted to give you a shoutout hello ‘I don’t expect you to remember me but my friend Mike and myself took lessons from you in NYC. After class we would give you a ride to the bus station in our little Bug VW.Anyway good to see your well.God Bless Lionelcampos

  2. Ron, Was wondering….did you ever give guitar lessons in Fords, New Jersey? American Music Studios on New Brunswick Avenue?

    I was a student of Ron Parker back in the 70s.


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