• Extensive Collection of Fine Instruments

  • Quality Yamaha and Peace Percussion Products

  • Beginning Student or Seasoned Professional

The Music Center, Live Oak, Florida, 386-362-5816


Why You Should Trust The Music Center For Your Next Purchase

Huge Selection

We have a huge selection of the quality brands you’re looking for.


Decades of experience sets us apart and you’ll notice it as soon as you walk in our doors.

Competitive Pricing

You won’t find better prices on these quality brands anywhere in North Florida.

Full Service

From instrument sales and repairs to World-Class instruction, we’re your one-stop shop.

Top Rated

Our customers brag about us all the time, we work hard to earn your trust.

Great Support

We want you to be happy for years when you purchase from us so we’re always here for you.

Did You Know?

Playing music positively affects the development of children’s cognitive skills.

Learning to play a musical instrument as a child may help keep the mind sharp for years after the last note is played.

96% of the school principals interviewed in a recent study agree that participation in music education encourages and motivates students to stay in school.

Playing music is associated with excellent music literacy, listening skills, motor ability, eye-hand coordination and heightened intellectual capabilities.

Music teachers are described as encouraging, motivating, and acting as both role models and friends that can be trusted for listening and giving advice.

Playing a musical instrument exercises the brain and helps to fight memory loss.

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