Hobart M. Cable founded a piano company in 1905 in LaPorte, Indiana, that focused on building affordable pianos for the home. As such, when American Sejung (ASC) wanted to start an entry level line of pianos, they acquired the Hobart M. Cable name to continue the Cable tradition.
Made in Largest Piano Factory in ChinaASC is the American subsidiary of Sejung, which is about $1 billion in size and has distinguished itself in the market by building in Qingdao, China, what is considered to be the largest stringed instrument plant in the world. Sejung produces pianos and is also one of the largest guitar manufacturers in the world. Its piano lines include Falcone, George Steck, and Hobart M. Cable, which are all aimed at the entry and mid-levels of the market.
Strong Entry Level PianoUnlike most entry-level pianos that have a laminated or veneered sound boards along with Chinese hammer felt, all Hobart M. Cable pianos have solid Alaskan Sitka spruce soundboards and hammers made with Japanese felt. For example, we believe the G52 5' baby grand is an absolutely outstanding entry level piano.
The G52 delivers a quality, full sound, and had the excellent case work that is becoming a hallmark of ASC's entry level pianos. If you are looking for a "first" piano that members of your family can learn to play on, we think you'll be really surprised by the quality of Hobart M. Cable. You also won't be the only one.
Purchased By Famous, Grammy-Winnig MusicianRecently, a world famous Grammy-winning musician was so impressed that he purchased three Hobart M. Cable G52s as gifts. While we can't tell you who he is online (he shops with us because we protect his privacy), he said we could tell his story in person. So if you come on in, we'll be glad to tell you his story, and let you experience the amazingly-affordable Hobart M. Cable for yourself.
For more information, visit Hobart M. Cable pianos on the American Sejung website.
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