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The Cable-Nelson Piano Co. was established in Chicago, Illinois when Fayette S. Cable, brother of H.D. Cable (of
the Cable Piano Co.) and Hobart M. Cable (of the Hobart M. Cable Piano Co.) purchased the Lakeside Piano Co.
and Sweetland Piano Co. to form the Fayette S. Cable Piano Co. H.P. Nelson joined the organization in 1905,
and the name changed to Cable-Nelson. Cable-Nelson made pianos under the names: Cable-Nelson, Fayette S.
Cable, Lakeside, Boller, Sweetland, Radcliffe, and the Dulcitone player piano. In the late 1920s the firm was
taken over by the Everett Piano Co. and pianos were manufactured in South Haven, Michigan. In 1954 the
Hammond Organ Co. bought the Everett Piano Co. along with the Everett and Cable-Nelson names.
Lyon & Healy pianos were also made by both the Everett and Cable-Nelson piano companies up until the late
1960s. Finally in 1973, it was sold to the Yamaha Corp. who stopped production of these pianos in 1981, and
later resumed production at their Thomaston, GA plant in 2000. By 2006, Cable-Nelson pianos were
made at Yamaha's factories in China and Indonesia. Yamaha discontinued the Cable-Nelson line in 2015.


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