Instruments and Equipment


Steve Hicks is a top class luthier and has built all four guitars currently in use for performances and recording.

Steve has two guitars, the older a cutaway OM shape made from figured Bubinga with a spruce soundboard and mahogany neck.  His most recent guitar, based on a small Jumbo model, is made from Malaysian Blackwood with a Californian Redwood soundboard and Peruvian Walnut neck.

Lynn’s guitar was based on a Gibson B25 shape.  It is made from Malaysian Blackwood back and sides with a Sitka Spruce soundboard and Peruvian Walnut neck.  The slotted headstock is veneered with Snakewood and inlaid with an Andy de Paul torch design and Waverley engraved tuners.

The second guitar Lynn uses is one that Steve made a few years ago.  It is kept in, (high strung), ‘Nashville’ tuning.


“Nashville or high strung tuning refers to the practice of replacing the wound E, A, D and G strings on a six-string guitar with lighter gauge strings to allow tuning an octave higher than standard. This is usually achieved by using one string from each of the six courses of a twelve string set, using the higher string for those courses tuned in octaves.”

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Elixir Nanoweb Phosphor Bronze Light 12-53

John Pearse Silk and Bronze



LR Baggs Element Active

LR Baggs Anthem System



Yamaha Stagepas 300 System

Peavy PV10 USB mixer

Sure SM 58 Microphones

Fishman Aura Imaging System



G7 Capos

Hiscox Cases

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