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Pipe Additions

Pipe facade
An example of a speaking pipe display added to an all-digital organ

We can easily add one or multiple ranks of pipes to your organ to add extra sounds, or to complete stops that were previously borrowed. Using Wicks' DIRECT-ELECTRIC® action Wicks chests can be created to fit your existing organ without crowding or moving existing pipes. Pipes can be added into your existing configuration, but coupled with Solid-State additions or console enhancement, the whole process can give your existing organ an entirely new feel and sound.
We build all our pipes in our own pipe shop, and can create anything, including full length 32's, polished pipes, and flamed copper pipes. We cast the pipe metal by hand, and age the metal to ensure quality and flawlessness in our pipes. casting metal
Recent News:
Dec 20
Wicks announces Holiday Break
May 2
"Party on the Pipes" visits Wicks
Apr 5
Guest AGO Members Treated to Opus 6436 Ready for Installation
Nov 9
Wicks announces Tom Briggs as management consultant
Oct 12
Organ Dedication, October 15th
Recent Installations & Rebuilds:
6434 First United Methodist Church, Hampton, Virginia
6430 St. Cecilia's Convent, Nashville, Tennesee
6428 First Methodist Church, Waxahachie, Texas
6427 Holy Child Parish, Bridgeville, PA
6426 Church of St. Gabriel, Cincinnati, Ohio