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KOHLER & CAMPBELL.
By Samick Music Corp. (SMC)
1329 Gateway Drive
Gallatin, Tennessee 37066
Made by: Samick Musical Instrument Mfg. Co. Ltd., Inchon, South Korea;
and Bogor, West Java, Indonesia
Kohler & Campbell was established in 1896 by Charles Kohler and John Calvin Campbell at 401-425 E. 163rd St.
in New York, NY. J.C. Campbell died in 1908 and Charles Kohler took control of the firm. The Bennett Company's
Standard Pneumatic Action Co., a subsidiary of Kohler & Campbell, manufactured over 50,000 player piano
actions (the player piano's inner parts) per year for various manufacturers. Kohler & Campbell grand pianos were
made by the Brambach Piano Co. of New York. By 1954 all production was moved to Granite Falls, North
Carolina. About 1984 the name Kohler was used on all Kohler & Campbell pianos, and Brambach was used on
some console and spinet uprights while they were negotiating the sale of the firm. The Kohler & Campbell name
was first sold in 1985 to California firm, Sherman Clay, and eventually sold to the Samick Music Corp.,
who continue to manufacture these pianos today in South Korea and Indonesia.
By the fall of 2015, the Kohler & Campbell line was discontinued in North America, but still sold elsewhere.
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