Shipping Policy

Shipping to the contiguous United States only. We do not ship to Alaska, Hawaii, or internationally. Orders received by 12:00 pm EST Mon - Fri will be processed that day. Orders received after 12:00 pm EST will be processed the following business day. Most orders ship within 1 - 2 buesiness days. 

*Shipping may take longer if item is only in stock in one of our non-shipping locations. We will contact you if shipping will be delayed. 

All original and return shipping costs are the responsibility of the customer and are non-refundable. 

Return Policy

At Robert M. Sides our goal is to help you find the best solution to your musical needs. If you are not completely satisfied with a product, we gladly accept returns and exchanges within 14 days of the sale date. Please note the following requirements and exceptions to the 14-day period.

  • Exceptions: media/software, mouth-blown products, repair parts, non-portable keyboard products and recording devices are non-returnable.
  • Special orders of non-stocked merchandise and printed music are non-returnable.
  • Shipping and delivery charges are not refundable.
  • Please contact us by calling/texting 570-326-2094 or by emailing [email protected] for any shipping returns.
  • Serialized merchandise & qualified special orders may be subject to a restocking fee of up to 20% of the purchase price. Restocking fees can also result if the item has damaged/missing accessories, packing materials/boxes or instruction manuals.

Refunds for cash or check purchases will be processed weekly by check from our main office. Refunds for credit card purchases can be processed at the store of purchase.


 I started playing piano when I was fourteen, after having being gifted a Casio 61 key keyboard from my godmother. I started formal education a year after, studying with Matthew Hochmiller of York, PA. After playing piano in my school's (Red Lion Senior High) jazz band, concert band, orchestra, and my local church I decided to make piano my primary instrument; switching from violin. Following high school, I attended Gettysburg College for music education with piano as my primary instrument, and violin as my second. I studied piano with Jocelyn Swigger and composition with Avner Dorman. Since exiting Gettysburg, I have focused more on rock, pop, and jazz music. I currently play in the my Church Worship Band and look forward to growing a student base that prides itself on creativity, technique, and a love for music.

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