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  1. Kohlert
    Hello again everyone, I recently got my Kohlert 55 Tenor back from the full overhaul I posted about, and wow the middle and lower range are fantastic. I can see why many people say these horns have a unique tone color, certainly in those parts they do. However I've found in mine at least...
  2. Kohlert
    Hello everybody, Longtime lurker here but first time poster, so forgive me if my formatting is a bit off. I'm a student at university right now studying saxophone and just picked up a Kohlert 55 tenor from a fellow student for $200 who's had it sitting in his closet for 10-ish years. I'm going...
  3. Alto mpc
    This old HR piece was in the case of a 60's Boosey & Hawkes alto (Kohlert Bixley stencil) that I recently acquired. It measures .061, has a round chamber, and has no markings besides the discolouration. I thought at first it might be an old Conn, but it's a bit different from my Steelay. Anyone...
  4. Kohlert
    I just recently purchased a Winnenden Alto off of EBay. Risky but at least it has a return. The horn arrived playable from top to bottom, only with a few small problems that could be fixed with adjustment. I took it to a local shop and spoke with the repairmen there. They loved the horn, but...
  5. Bb Soprano
    Hello there, There is a cheap Kohlert S4650 in the market for sale and I was wondering if someone knows about this model. It says Vintage 2002! I thought I saw some very old Kohlert and price of some of them were quite high. Is this some sort of degraded line of production? Thanks.
  6. Martin
    I just got a tenor that has "Martin Elkhart-Ind" in the bell, but that looks almost exactly like a Kohlert Winneden: same key guard on the low B and Bb and on the low Eb and C keys. The LH pinky array has a difference in that the Low Bb touch piece does not have the longish roller that the...
  7. Kohlert
    I have recently (past couple of years) discovered and fell in love with vintage kohlerts. It start with me finding a Winnenden Stencil in a thrift store. I LOVE this horn, but ergonomically it's a little awkward and there are a few minor intonation issues. I'm willing to work with those...
  8. Kohlert
    Hi Kohlert fans I picked up a nickel plated alto in good condition recently and would like to discover more about its pedigree. The horn has no decoration on it and no sign of a serial number but has been rather crudely stamped "V Kohlert Sons, Graslice, Bohemia, modell1927" below the rim of...
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