Collection: Cable Nelson Pianos

Cable-Nelson pianos have a rich history dating back to 1903 when Fayette S. Cable purchased the Lakeside Piano Company and Sweetland Piano Company, forming the Fayette S. Cable Piano Company. In 1905, the company merged with the Nelson Piano Company, creating the Cable-Nelson brand. Known for their durable construction and excellent tone, Cable-Nelson pianos became a staple in American households. The brand was acquired by the Everett Piano Company in the late 1920s, and later by the Hammond Organ Company in 1954. Yamaha purchased the brand in 1973 and reintroduced it in 2006 as an entry-level option with Yamaha's renowned quality and craftsmanship. The pianos feature Yamaha's design and manufacturing expertise, offering a high-quality instrument at an attractive price point​.

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