Collection: Euphona Pianos

Euphona pianos, produced by the Cable Piano Company, were known for their high-quality player pianos during the early 20th century. Founded by H.D. Cable in 1880, the company became a significant player in the piano manufacturing industry, particularly recognized for their innovative player piano models like the Euphona Inner-Player. These pianos, produced from about 1907 to 1929, were celebrated for their ease of use, allowing for manual or electric operation, and featuring robust construction and elegant designs. An interesting aspect of Euphona pianos is the unique "Tonarch" soundboard technology, which contributed to their superior tonal quality. The original matching benches and the availability of new music rolls for these player pianos add to their enduring appeal and functionality for modern pianists and collectors alike.

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