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For 77 years, Saied Music has been the go-to music store in Oklahoma. As the state’s oldest and largest full-line piano dealer, we’ve proudly served our community with a locally owned and operated business. Our team consists of your friends and neighbors who are music educators and professionals who share a passion for music, many with music degrees and professional performance experience. Since 1946, we have provided the finest selection of pianos, keyboards, instruments, and sheet music. With six locations across Northeast Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas, we are here to meet all your musical needs. We also take pride in supporting the importance of music in schools, ensuring it remains an integral part of education.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Type of Piano: Decide between an acoustic, digital, or hybrid piano. Acoustic pianos produce sound physically, are larger, and offer a rich, traditional sound. Digital pianos, on the other hand, generate sound electronically, are more portable, require less maintenance, and offer features such as recording and headphone compatibility. Hybrid pianos combine elements from both types to create a unique musical experience.
  2. Size and Style: Upright pianos are smaller and suitable for tighter spaces, while grand pianos command more space. Digital pianos are typically the smallest and most portable.
  3. Sound Quality: The sound of a piano is greatly influenced by its construction. Acoustic pianos offer a deep, rich, and textured sound, while digital pianos can replicate acoustic sounds to a certain extent, though it may sound different due to its electronic nature.
  4. Brand and Model: Brands like Yamaha, Steinway & Sons, Baldwin, Bösendorfer, and Kawai are renowned for their acoustic pianos, while Yamaha Clavinova’s and Roland are reputable for their digital pianos. Remember to inspect each piano individually, as the quality can vary between models of the same brand.
  5. Construction: Pay attention to the materials used in the piano’s construction. Higher quality woods and craftsmanship lead to a better tone, touch, and durability.
  6. Budget: Acoustic pianos, particularly grand ones, can be significantly more expensive than digital ones. Some handcrafted pianos can be much more expensive due to their superior materials and construction. Hybrid pianos tend to be priced somewhere in between.
  7. Features: If you are considering a digital or hybrid piano, consider the additional features it offers, like learning apps, headphones, recording features, etc.
  8. Maintenance: Acoustic pianos require regular tuning and maintenance, while digital pianos require minimal maintenance. If you’re choosing an acoustic piano, it’s essential to understand this commitment, but it’s also part of the beauty of owning such a remarkable, complex instrument.

    At Saied Music Company, we want to ensure that your piano keeps providing you with excellent music for years to come, so we go the extra mile for our customers. Every acoustic and digital piano we sell is inspected by our experienced piano experts before it’s delivered. This ensures that when the piano arrives at your home, it is in perfect condition and ready to fill your space with beautiful music.

    In addition to this, we also offer competitive piano moving and tuning services. We understand that moving a piano can be a daunting task, and tuning it requires specialized knowledge. Our trained staff can handle all aspects of moving your new piano to its new home and take care of any necessary tunings, making the process worry-free for you.

Remember, the goal is to find the piano that fits your personal needs, preferences, and budget best. It’s a good idea to try out different types of pianos at a Saied Music Company location.

Indeed, it can be a good idea to buy a used piano, provided you make the purchase from a reliable source that ensures the instrument’s quality and condition. Unlike buying a used car, used pianos need to be thoroughly evaluated due to their sensitive nature. They’re made of wood and, therefore, are more prone to the effects of improper care and unsuitable environments.

At Saied Music, we are committed to providing only the best quality used pianos to our customers. We understand the pitfalls and hidden issues that can arise with used pianos, from ones that haven’t been regularly tuned, to those that have been improperly stored, and even “revived” pianos that have only received superficial cosmetic fixes.

To ensure our customers get the best value for their money, all used pianos at Saied Music are thoroughly inspected by our service department. We rigorously maintain these instruments to make sure they are sold in optimal playing condition. This goes beyond just the exterior; we check for underlying issues to ensure you’re not buying a piano that’s used up but one that has many years of music left in it.

We also offer a complimentary in-home tuning service when you purchase a piano from us. This is part of our commitment to make your piano ownership journey as smooth as possible, ensuring your instrument is perfectly tuned and ready for play once it arrives at your home.

Buying a used digital piano, however, may not always be the best investment. Technology advancements often render older digital pianos obsolete. If you do consider a used digital piano, ensure it is only a few years old and reasonably priced.

Remember, the decision to purchase a used piano should be approached with caution and backed by thorough research. Trustworthy dealers like Saied Music can guide you through this process, offering certified and warranted instruments, along with post-purchase services to enhance your musical experience.

Finally, heed the saying: “Buy Nice or Buy Twice.” Invest in a quality piano that fits within your budget and meets your requirements. If you’re unsure, seek expert advice, and we at Saied Music are always here to help you in your musical journey.

Replacing your piano can depend on a few factors including its condition, your playing needs, and financial considerations. Here are some situations when you might consider replacing your piano:

  1. Deteriorating Condition: Pianos, like any other musical instrument, have a lifespan. Even with regular tuning and maintenance, natural wear and tear can lead to a decline in the instrument’s performance over time. Signs of deterioration can include persistent tuning instability, a significant decrease in tonal quality, unresponsive keys, or structural issues like a cracked soundboard or pinblock.

  2. Playing Needs: Your skill level and playing needs might have evolved since you first bought your piano. If you’re a developing pianist, you might outgrow your instrument and require one that can better express your musicality. Conversely, if you’re using the piano less, downsizing to a smaller or simpler instrument might make more sense.

  3. Technological Advancements: If you have a digital piano, technological advancements might render your model outdated. Newer models might offer better sound quality, improved touch response, or features that enhance your playing or learning experience.

  4. Financial Considerations: The cost of maintaining an older piano can sometimes exceed the cost of buying a new one, particularly if major repairs are needed. In this case, replacing the piano could be a more economical decision.

Before making the decision to replace your piano, it’s a good idea to consult with a piano technician or an expert from a reputable piano store like Saied Music. They can evaluate your piano’s condition, discuss your needs, and help you explore all the options before you decide to replace your instrument.

The decision to buy a digital, upright, grand, or player piano depends on several factors, including your musical goals, budget, space constraints, and personal preferences. Here are some considerations for each type of piano:

Digital Pianos: Digital pianos are a great choice if you’re looking for a cost-effective, space-efficient, and low-maintenance instrument. They offer a range of sounds and features (like recording and headphone use for silent practice), making them a versatile choice for beginners, hobbyists, or those with space or noise constraints. However, a digital piano’s touch and tone may not fully replicate the nuanced experience of playing an acoustic piano.

Upright Pianos: Also known as vertical pianos, these are the most common type of acoustic piano found in homes due to their compact size. Uprights offer a genuine piano experience, including the natural feel of hammers striking strings and a rich, resonant tone. They are more expensive and require more maintenance than digital pianos, but are generally more affordable than grand pianos.

Grand Pianos: Grand pianos, with their horizontal design, offer superior touch and tonal quality due to their longer strings and larger soundboards. They are considered the pinnacle of piano design, but they are also the most expensive and require ample space. They’re ideal if you’re a serious or professional pianist, or if the piano will be a focal point in a large room.

Player Pianos: Player pianos are acoustic pianos (usually grand or upright) equipped with a system that can play music automatically. These pianos can be a lot of fun and are great for entertaining, but they are usually more expensive due to the added technology.

To decide which type of piano is best for you, consider your needs, budget, space, and the importance of touch and sound quality. You should also visit a reputable dealer, like Saied Music, to try out different models and ask for expert advice. They can help guide you to the right piano based on your specific circumstances.

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If you need an instrument, we can get you one. Call or text us at 918-742-5541 and we will get you hooked up! We are so grateful to you for supporting your local Saied Music location.








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Consignment Terms: Our Piano Consignment process is simply a 60/40 split with the seller getting the lion’s share. We do charge to transport the piano to our store, and at minimum one tuning once it arrives. . Any work the piano needs to be sellable will also need to be completed before the piano is listed for sale. Those monies are simply taken out of the seller’s portion once the piano sells. Once sold it will take 10 business days for us to cut and mail out a check.  Please contact the piano department with any additional questions or concerns. We look forward to selling your piano!

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Saied Music

Tulsa's Largest New And Used Piano Dealer. Grand Piano, Uprights, Digital, and More – Explore Our Extensive Inventory Today!

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