Stohrer Music News – Late 2021

First things first: I continue to be extremely lucky and am booked for the foreseeable future. I am not currently accepting new clients, and I will post a news item if that changes. Well gosh *darn* that was a hell of a year, or hundred years, or whatever that was. My wrist is mostly healed … Read more

Broken Wrist!

In mid-January 2021, I sustained a crushing injury to my left wrist and badly shattered it. I got very lucky considering the nature of the accident that I was not injured much more severely, and I am happy to report that surgery went well (there was worry I would need a much more invasive surgery … Read more

I’m back!

It is November 2020, and I am back to saxophone repair after a year-long sabbatical with a renewed passion. I was lucky to have the time away so I could see how truly lucky I am to have this job. Contact me to schedule an overhaul, which is mostly what I am doing these days … Read more

Stohrer Music News: June 2019

Howdy! It has been a while. I am still here, still working full time+ on basically only the best saxophones for super awesome people, and still booked solid. I’ve been busy at work but also busy with life: I’ve traveled a few times, fixed a couple of cars, fixed up an old tractor I found, … Read more

Stohrer Music News, Late 2017 Edition

  Man, where to begin?  I’ve been putting this off for too long, so what the hell, I’ll just write it and post it.   Well, an awful lot has happened in my little corner of the world in the past year, and updates to this site and my YouTube channel have been slow as I … Read more

Stohrer Music News, Introspection 2015 Edition

  (Edit, December 2015.  Waitlist was opened for a while and is now closed again until 2017 at least.  That was fast!  But since I work slow, it doesn’t take a whole lot to keep me busy.  Read on though, because the majority of this post talks about a change in my repair philosophy and … Read more

Stohrer Music News, Relocation Edition

Short version:  We’ve moved!  Still living just outside Durham, NC.   Long version: We made it! I won’t bore you with the details, but let’s just say that you have to move house (and Airstream-based saxophone repair business) in North Carolina, follow my advice and don’t do it the day after 8 inches of snow … Read more

Stohrer Music News, December 2014

  Stohrer Music News, December 2014   Thanks for stopping by!  A few things of note are going on around here: 1. I installed a wood stove in my Airstream workshop (see the smoke in the photo above?  Wood heat!) and its keeping me nice and warm this winter for just about zero cost since … Read more