Gulbransen Piano Serial Number Lookup



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Gulbransen Company was a musical instrument manufacturer of player pianos and home organs in the United States. It also made reed organs. It was originally established in 1904 by Axel Gulbransen as Gulbransen Piano Company. In the history of musical instruments, Gulbransen is notable for several innovations. To find out the age of your Gulbransen piano, you will need to know the piano's serial number. The serial number can be found stamped somewhere on the frame or soundboard. On grand pianos the number may be found on the key stop rail and/or the soundboard. The number shown is the last serial number manufactured in that year. GULBRANSEN DICKENSON GOLDEN TIGER OAK UPRIGHT PLAYER PIANO: No reserve on this beautiful early 20th century (Ca 1921) pump and electric player piano by Gulbransen with striking, highly grained quarter sawn oak case and ivory appearance keys. Plays 11' paper rolls. Serial number 157104. Measures 55 1/4' x 63' x 28'.

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Gulbransen
2102 Hancock Street
San Diego CA 92110
(619) 296-5760
www.gulbransen.com

1915-90000
1916-101000
1917-110000
1918-120000
1919-130000
1920-140000
1921-150000
1922-165000
1923-182000
1924-195000
1925-218000
1926-240000
1927-265000
1928-282000
1929-300000
1930-301000
1931-303000
1935-304500
1933-306000
1934-307900
1935-308900
1936-312000
1937-322000
1938-333000
1939-338000
1940-344000
1941-349000
1942-354000
1943-354500
1944-355000
1945-357000
1946-358000
1947-366000
1948-380000
1949-395000
1950-405500
1951-416000
1952-420000
1953-428000
1954-435500
1955-443500
1956-452500
1957-461000
1958-470500
1959-479000
1960-488300
1961-497000
1962-506000
1963-515000
1964-524000
1965-542000
1966-551100
1967-559400
1968-565000
1969-571000
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Company Information
1904
Gulbransen, Inc. founded in Chicago, Illinois by Axel Gulbransen.
1917
Gulbransen, Inc. grows to be the world’s largest manufacturer of player pianos.
1928
Gulbransen produces its first organ (reed pump organ).
1942
Steinway and Gulbransen selected as the only two manufacturers of pianos for government use during World War II.
1957
Gulbransen introduces the world’s first all transistor organ.
1962-72
Gulbransen leads the high-tech home organ industry with many firsts: first electronic theater organ; first built-in automatic rhythm; first realistic piano voice in an organ; first instant playback; first automatic-walking bass plus many others.
1973
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) purchases Gulbransen, Steinway and Sons; Rodgers Organs; Gemeinhardt Flute; Lyon and Healy Harp; Fender Rhodes and others to form the world’s most prestigious musical instrument company.
1986
Gulbransen acquired from CBS by a California music company. Gulbransen continues the effort started at CBS to create high quality wave synthesis of instrumental sounds with enough oscillators to be used on organs where many different instruments must be available simultaneously.
1987
Gulbransen produces its first wave synthesis ASICs and enters the technology business selling complete designs of digital pianos to manufacturers in Asia.
1988
Digital pianos using Gulbransen technology take over more than 50% of the market in Korea. Gulbransen patents an optical sensor strip which detects velocity of piano keys for use with MIDI devices. Elton John, Billy Joel and others choose the Gulbransen MIDISystem for use in their acoustic pianos.
1992
Gulbransen re-spins its ASICs increasing the output accuracy to 20 bits and installs 18 bit DACs to eliminate all vestiges of background hiss.
1994
Gulbransen begins custom designs to penetrate the PC integrated circuit market with low-cost, high-quality wave synthesis, full custom chips, which are backward compatible with existing software. Additionally, Gulbransen introduces a high quality portable digital hymn player containing over 5,000 songs for the church market.
1996
Gulbransen introduces the G392, the first PC sound chip with the capabilities to play 64 simultaneous voices through a hardware based synthesizer engine.
1997
World renowed keyboard manufacturer, Baldwin Pianos, selects the Gulbransen MIDISystem as the foundation component in launching its Concert Master piano line.
1998
Gulbransen sells the assets of its chip design division to National Semiconductor. Gulbransen continues its musical instrument manufacturing business. The company’s highly regarded MIDISystems line and the Gulbransen Digital Hymnal remain defining, state-of-the-art, music products.
(The above is from the ” Gulbransen Web site” )

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