ABOUT HOBART CABLE
Hobart M. Cable grew out of the Cable Piano Company, which was founded in 1880 and was one of the largest piano manufacturers in Chicago as well as a major contributor to the American piano industry.
Hobart M. Cable was a piano maker at Cable Piano Co. with brothers H.D. Cable and Fayette S. Cable prior to starting the company that bears his name in 1900. He built player pianos during the depression years and continued to make pianos until the 1960s when the name was discontinued.
The brand was purchased by American Sejung in the 1990s and the pianos are now made in the largest stringed instrument factory in the world, located in Quingdao China. American Sejung also produces George Steck and Falcone pianos.