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The Conover Piano Co. was established in 1883 by J. Frank Conover in Oregon, Illinois. Previously,
Frank Conover and his brother, George, had started a retail business as Conover Brothers in 1880
in Kansas City, Missouri. The brothers soon left to pursue success in Chicago’s growing industry. In
1890 they consolidated with H.D. Cable to make Conover-Cable pianos, and the company later
became the Cable Piano Co. Cable and Conover then acquired the Schiller Piano Co. of Oregon,
using Schiller pianos as their top end models and becoming known as the Schiller-Cable Co. for a
short period. The company was later acquired by the Aeolian Corp. of New York, who manufactured
the pianos from 1966 to 1982. Korean firm, Samick Music Corp., re-introduced the Conover-Cable
name in 1996 with pianos manufactured in their Indonesia factory until about the end of 2011.
The Conover Cable, identical to the Samick piano and introduced to markets that needed an
additional line, then became available to dealers as the Remington brand, and later
Pramberger Legacy Series that Samick makes.

Conover Cable
pianos are no longer on production


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