They did a really nice job with the assembly and paid attention to details when installing. Couldn't be happier! A solid choice!
You can't go wrong with their service! I've talked to them throughout the process and they have been nothing but open about their process and where they were at in terms of installation!
After their installation they were always willing to help with a follow-up visit at if we were not satisfied yet. Overall, a great experience and friendly people to have.
It's the perfect solution for our church repairs.
We were impressed on multiple levels. I would like to personally thank you for your outstanding service.
This is the the place to contact when things go south. They are full of knowledge and professional.
If you aren't sure, always go for Sipe Organs. Sipe Organs was the best investment I ever made. Sipe Organs should be nominated for service of the year
I couldn't have asked for more than this. I would gladly pay more than what Mr. Sipe charged. Thanks for the great service
The team has established a reputation as one of the foremost designers and voicers of pipe organs in America. Their experience in organ building is extensive with the founder having an interest all the way back in high school, continued during their education at University, and was extended through subsequent study of historic and contemporary organs throughout Europe.
Sipe Organ Builders has completed almost one hundred instruments in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Kentucky, Kansas, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Massachusetts, Michigan, Illinois, Florida, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
Sipe's organs reflect the contemporary movement for organ reform wherever the organ plays an important part in religious and cultural expression. This movement was influenced by missionary-physician-musician Albert Schweitzer's 1906 pamphlet advocating a return to 17th and 18th-century design concepts.
Among these principles are low wind pressure, slider wind chests, mechanical key action, the integrity of each separate division housed in the main organ case, and the case itself is standing high and free where the sound can travel in every direction unhindered.
Following this classical design appropriate to the traditional polyphonic literature for the organ, Sipe organs also incorporate certain modifications to meet requirements of many 19th and 20th-century compositions and the need for versatility in the leadership of modern worship.