The second home of Wicks Organs in 1910

Wick's Family Story

A love of music and crafting the most beautiful sounding and esthetically magnificent organs has been at the center of our passion for three generations. This heritage of craftsmanship continues even today as Scott Wick, the third generation of family ownership, guides the company into its second century.

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Organs for Sale

Enjoy the rich, deep sound and quality of an existing Wicks organ that is available for relocation and re-homing to your existing space. Click here to view images and specifications for available organs or contact us with specific questions.


Rebuilds & Additions

A time may come when your organ may require updates or modifications. The Wicks team can provide a professional evaluation of your organ and discuss options for enhancing its sound. Click here to learn more or contact us with your specific needs.



Ensure your pipe organ’s tonal qualities and actions are professionally maintained and kept in optimal performance condition. The Wicks team of highly skilled service professionals are available to help with all your service needs.

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Martin and Barbara Wick
Scholarship Benefit

October 22, 2023

Save the Date:  October 22, 2023.

A benefit is being held to support the American Guild of Organists (AGO) New Organist Fund Martin and Barbara Wick Scholarship.

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Over 110 Years

Continuing a Family Legacy

The Wicks Organ Company started in the early 1900s on the second floor of a jewelry and watch-making store in Highland, Illinois. The local Catholic priest had asked John Wick to study organ and become the church organist. Soon the parish wanted a new pipe organ to replace their aging reed organ, so John, with the help of his brothers, Louis and Adolph, started to work. Using their talents as a watchmaker, a cabinet maker, and a jeweler, the three Wicks created a small mechanical action instrument that successfully met the needs of their church. Today, the third generation of the Wick family continues the deep rich family legacy with a renewed focus on the traditions of quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction.


Wicks Organ Company Service Teams have established a reputation of reliability over the last 100+ years and we are continually working to improve that reputation with each of our customers. Factory trained service teams stand ready to give your instrument service.

  • Regularly Scheduled Tuning
  • Complete Tuning
  • Touch-Up Tuning
  • Systems Check
  • Leave Card
  • Emergency Service

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Recent Projects

In Progress – Opus 1 – L.J. Wick & Bro. – 1906
116 years after playing its first note, the very first  of 3 instruments built by L.J. Wick & Bro. (formed by Louis Wick. John Wick, and local businessman Louis Spengel) in 1906 (later officially  becoming Wicks Organ Company in 1908), Opus 1 is going into the shop for the second time for restoration. Opus 1,…
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Opus 2575 – Lutheran Senior Services – New Adjustable Bench
Following completion of the main organ project in April 2023, it was determined that an adjustable bench would be in order to assist current and future organists in finding a comfortable playing position. Delivered May 18th, 2023.
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Wicks Opus 1500 – St. Patrick’s R.C. Church Chapel
Birthed in 1936 for St. Henry’s College in Belleville, Illinois (for a whopping $1,165.00), this Wicks Fuga-Deluxe (self contained 2/3 with 16′ Bourdon Extension) eventually migrated south the Cairo, IL and was installed in the basement chapel of St. Patrick’s R.C. Church (date unknown). While living its best life, and being used extensively in the…
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