Some Interesting Thoughts About D&J Saxophones By A Learned Repair Tech

     Ravoy Tenor 77XX  Source: Kjell Lundman For a few years now I have been researching and writing about the horns built by the German, saxophone-only manufacturer, Dörfler & Jörka. D&J horns are very good copies of Julius Keilwerth horns, … Continue reading

The Condor Has Landed, But This Time It’s A D&J Stencil

Just when we thought that we had seen all the names that Dörfler & Jörka had stencilled their Toneking and The New King clone horns under, yet another turns up. This morning, while browsing for vintage horns, I happened across … Continue reading

Now Here’s One That Got Away…

I was looking for photos of Julius Keilwerth Lucite angel wing key guards this morning, and happened across this interesting auction on eBay. Not only does this horn not have a Lucite key guard, but it isn’t even a Keilwerth. … Continue reading