Samick is a younger piano company than some of the ones that you will find on our directory. They were founded in 1958 and quickly became one of the world’s largest piano manufacturers. They focus on creating their mainly pianos to help boost their name and to create the perfect instrument. Samick has also has made several guitars.
Since its foundation the company has done nothing but expand. In 1992, Samick built another factory in Indonesia. In 2007 the construction of a new corporate headquarters was completed in Tennessee. So far the company shows no sign of ceasing their growth. They are ambitious and have built up the reputation to back that ambition.
The company creates pianos under several different names, Samick being the primary name. The others are Wm. Knabe & Co., Pramberger, Kohler & Campbell, and Seiler. Two of their other brands have built guitars, but they have been mostly separated from the Samick company as a whole. Many don’t even know of the connection. Their most popular guitar line is the Greg Bennett guitars.
For a brief period in the early 2000’s Samick associated themselves with C Bechstein, one of the other brands we have talked about on one of our other brand descriptions. That ended in 2009. Throughout the years they have tried many other joint ventures which have contributed to the relatively new company’s success.
As of today, Samick has a focus on their grand pianos and upright pianos. They have used the name vertical piano for their uprights instead of sticking with the much used industry term of upright piano.
They offer seven different grand piano options. Each one is designed for a different purpose and has slightly different features. You can find most of their pianos in either a black finish or a brown finish.
Samick’s line of vertical pianos includes 9 different options. These range from basic to more feature filled. They also range in size from studio to performance.
Now that you know something about Samick as a company, make sure that you take a look at our product descriptions for the various Samick pianos that are out there. We have researched the various pianos in order to give you an idea of what to expect from each line.
Samick Grand Pianos
Samick SIG 50
Samick is a global music company that has been producing pianos for over 50 years. They produce some of the finest musical instruments, whether they be guitars or pianos.
Their products are sold all around the world and many of them are produced every year. The Samick SIG 50 is just one of their many fine pianos.
The Samick SIG 50 is a small traditional grand piano that is four feet eleven inches.
It is designed to be able to fit into any area and it contains some of the best sound producing technology from a spruce soundboard to a laminate maple pin block. All of the rest of the parts come from the highest quality materials.
You can purchase the piano in a variety of finishes: mahogany high polish, ebony high polish, walnut high polish, and ebony satin. A nickel trim is available.
All of the hardware that comes on the SIG 50 is nickel in color. The appearance of the SIG 50 makes it perfect for any location, the size will make it fit in any location.
Samick SIG 61
For over 50 years, Samick has been producing musical instruments. Their products include a wide range of items from guitars to pianos.
You will find that they are ranked among the top producers of stringed instruments in the world. Samick’s SIG 61 is a wonderful addition to their piano collection.
At just over six feet in size, the Samick SIG 61 is a large traditional grand piano. It is perfect for your performance needs. The quality materials that have gone into the design of the piano help to give it a wonderful voice. An all spruce soundboard and a laminated maple pin block are just the start of the quality materials used.
With a 10 year warranty, the Samick SIG 61 comes with a guarantee of craftsmanship and is a wonderful instrument. You can find it in ebony high polish, walnut, or ebony satin.
The furnishings on the piano are brass in color. With such a large size, the piano is great for many performance venues. The voice is capable of filling any size performance hall and the appearance will help it to fit in.
Samick Upright Pianos
Samick Music Corp is a relatively large company that produces a large number of instruments under different brands. One of those brands is the Samick Piano. The Samick JS-042 is a beautiful entry into the Samick line. It is currently not listed on their website but there are multiple places that you can purchase one from.
The pin block is 15 ply laminated maple and the soundboard is crafted from maple. Each key is full length and both balanced and weighted.
This makes playing feel natural for anyone who has learned to play with a standard keyset. Instead of choosing felt for the hammers, Samick has used premium wool for the keys.
A middle peddle allows you to quiet the play of the piano so you can practice without disturbing others. With a 10 year warranty you don’t have to worry. The warranty covers parts and labor.
You will find the Samick JS-042 to come standard in a light wood color. You can also find it in a polished ebony and darker wood. Speaking with the company before ordering and you will be likely be able to get other finishes with higher prices as the website states it is available in many colors with many finishes.
Samick JS 115
Samick Music Corporation is a collection of instrument brands with a history of delivering quality products that will impress you. There are 10 different brands under the Samick name but Samick itself is the original.
Samick’s JS 115 is above the entry level pianos from the brand. It is intended for school use and was designed to be easy for teaching. Samick has built on the other models of their pianos to help deliver a wonderful sounding instructional piano. An all spruce soundboard is backed by 15 ply laminated maple pin block.
Each string is made from Roslau music wire to help the sound fill a space. Most of the parts throughout the piano are either quality metal or wood so that you don’t have to worry about cheap plastic parts throughout the piano.
Like many similar pianos, Samick offers the JS 115 from the factory with three different finishes. An ebony high polish finish is standard while you can also find it in mahogany high polish and walnut high polish. A variety of colors helps you to get a piano that fits in with any classroom.