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Mason & Hamlin designs and manufacturers premium world-class pianos. Renown for their tone quality and uncompromising use of materials, every Mason & Hamlin sets the bar for what a luxury American piano should be.
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Made in Boston, Massachusetts

About Mason & Hamlin Piano

In 1854, two brilliant idealists, Henry Mason and Emmons Hamlin, founded the Mason & Hamlin Company in Boston, Massachusetts, the birthplace of American piano design and manufacturing. Although their backgrounds and interests were very different, the two men shared a common goal: to make the world’s finest musical instruments.


With Mason & Hamlin’s innovations, use of only the finest materials and expert craftsmanship, its pianos were the world’s costliest to produce and widely accepted as the world’s finest.



More About MASON & HAMLIN Piano

Attention to detail takes time, and Mason & Hamlin invests a great deal of it in every piano it makes. Before a Mason & Hamlin leaves the factory, it’s inspected no fewer than 12 times. Choosing quality over quantity, Mason & Hamlin limits its annual production to 50 uprights and 300 grand pianos.

The Ultimate Concert Instrument

Founded in 1854, Mason & Hamlin is one of America’s oldest and most respected piano manufacturers. Of the hundreds of American piano companies that flourished in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Mason & Hamlin is one of only a handful that survive today.

Mason & Hamlin is headquartered in Haverhill, Massachusetts, not far from its original location in Boston, the birthplace of American piano design and manufacturing. Six floors of its busy factory are dedicated to handcrafting Mason & Hamlin pianos. Within its walls, a workforce of 70 highly skilled craftsmen complete every phase of production from rim-pressing to prepping the finished product.


The Golden Age of the Piano By the turn of the century, the Golden Age of the Piano was in full force and the most illustrious concert artists of the day aligned themselves with piano manufacturers. Mason & Hamlin was at the forefront, and great virtuosos, including Sergei Rachmaninoff, endorsed Mason & Hamlin pianos.


Model A


Model AA


Model B


Model BB


Model CC-94


Monticello Art Case Collection




Model A


Model AA


Model B


Model BB


Model CC-94


Monticello Art Case Collection (Model A and BB)

5’8.5″ and 6’11.5″


Model 50




Model 50





The Ultimate Piano Performance
Opus7 is the new standard for player piano technology. Now as never before, this advanced player system brings the world’s finest piano performances to your piano. Dynamic…Breathtaking…Live. Plus, this exciting new technology turns your piano into a sophisticated home entertainment system with an astounding line-up of features and benefits.

The Invisible System
Opus7 is the invisible system-all of its electronics are hidden within the piano. With Opus7, there’s nothing to spoil the beauty and classic lines of your instrument.

Wireless Control
A wireless, touchscreen conductor tablet allows full control of Opus7. This lightweight and user-friendly device lets you control Opus7 from any room in your home—even through walls! (Results may vary depending on environmental conditions.) Opus7’s flexible architecture lets you chose the interface you see on the screen: the elegant Flash, or the speedy, simple HTML. You can operate your piano with a PDA, desktop, notebook and other web-enabled devices.

Internet-ready for broadband users (not all broadband connections are supported) to surf the web, receive mail, check stocks or download music from remote locations. You can also download music from and receive software upgrades automatically to your system when it’s not in use. For more information see PianoDisc’s website.

The iQ player system can be operated from your choice of external devices, including music delivery devices like MP3 players, laptops and desktops. iQ uses PianoDisc’s patented SilentDrive technology to play the piano with full expression at even whisper-soft levels. iQ can play music from PianoDisc’s extensive library, either by download or CDs, and can also play music from special PianoVideo DVDs.
Click here to learn more about this exciting new system and discover all of its features and benefits. Be sure to watch the iQ video, too.

PianoCD is an easy-to-use, entry-level system for those who wish to have a player piano but don’t need many of the advanced features of other PianoDisc systems. Its ultra-thin control unit plays via PianoDisc’s specially-formatted PianoCDs, which feature music in every category. With PianoCD, each piano key has the capability of 127 levels of expression. PianoCD brings you the thrill of live piano performances simply and at a reduced price.


Composite Materials and Carbon Tube Flanges


Wessell, Nickel and Gross is at the forefront of piano action technology, bringing innovation, modern materials, and a breath of fresh air to an industry that has been stale for over 100 years.

Composite Materials

Wood was hi-tech. 100 years ago. Wood expands, contracts, distorts, and is highly inconsistent. This means more maintenance and tuning to compensate for these changes.

To avoid the shortfalls of wood, WNG uses a composite material in its actions. This material is a combination of a Nylon base resin and long fibers to create a material that both remarkably strong and rigid–an ideal material to make piano actions out of.

Carbon Tube Flanges

WNG combines a composite Shank Butt and a Carbon Tube Shank for its hammer shanks. The Shank Butt is made from the standard WNG black composite and the Carbon Tube Shank is a pultrusion made from Carbon Fiber and Epoxy. The resulting part is extraordinarily stiff and does not suffer from the tendency of a wooden shank to bend and whip.

VIDEO - WNG Composite vs Wooden Shanks