Scott Huckabay ₪
|Birth name||Scott George Huckabay|
December 3, 1964 |
Tucson, Arizona, U.S.
|Genres||World music, Fingerstyle, New Age, Sound Healing|
|Instruments||Acoustic Guitar, Piano|
|Labels||Soundings of the Planet|
|Custom left handed 610CE by Taylor Guitars|
Huckabay is a Tucson, Arizona-born musician and composer known for his live guitar performances and original music. In August 1987, he was involved in a high speed collision with a truck while riding his motorcycle in Tempe, Arizona. After waking up in the hospital recovery room, a steel-string acoustic guitar was found at the foot of the bed left by an unknown source. He discovered that creating sounds on the guitar helped relieve the pain from his injuries. [clarification needed]
He immediately began developing his own unique style of playing. In that same year, a Michael Hedges concert was a major influence for Scott. While living in Hawaii in late 1991, Scott continued perfecting his guitar technique. Swimming in the ocean, Scott developed a form of sound with telepathy, enabling him to communicate with the dolphins and whales on a daily basis. These sounds became an integral part of his music. He started performing live shows in Hawaii at the Hawaii Slam, West Coast including California, Washington, Oregon and Arizona and touring the rest of the world. Scott is a descendant of Chiricahua Apache Nde Nation.
In 1991, Huckabay won the BAM magazine 'Guitarist of the Year' contest held at the Roxy Theatre (West Hollywood). In 1992, Huckabay opened for Crosby, Stills & Nash at the Kauai Hurricane Iniki Relief Benefit Concert. The concert helped raise money for the victims of the hurricane that swept the whole island that year. Huckabay had been living on a secluded beach when the massive Hurricane Iniki hit the island during a full moon on September 11, 1992.
In 1995, Huckabay produced his debut album, "Virtual Altar", recorded live on the boardwalk in Venice Beach, California. In 1996, he recorded, "Peace Dance", and in 1999, "Alchemy", which won the 2000 Independent Visionary Award.  He currently records various production projects with Soundings of the Planet, their motto, 'Peace through Music'.
In 1999, Huckabay performed at various ancient sites in Egypt and found a harmonic and spiritual affinity with an ancient site called Dendera Temple complex that resonated with musical frequencies. On December 31, 1999, Huckabay performed a concert inside the Great Pyramid of Giza. Two months later, Scott released the CD, 'Temple of Dendara'. He learned about the Solfeggio scale and how each tone affects the human body. Huckabay tunes the guitar intuitively using the Solfeggio tones that help create health, harmony and balance. Huckabay released the CD, Secret Portal, produced by Sylvia Massy at RadioStar Studios in Mt Shasta, California.
Huckabay plays a 2001 custom built 610CE Taylor Guitar (nicknamed "Oceana") with a combination of a Sunrise S-1 magnetic pickup and several custom Fishman piezo pickups embedded in various locations inside the wood of the guitar to capture percussive sounds built by Bob Taylor (luthier) of Taylor Guitars. He is left handed and experiments with a variety of guitar effects pedals by Boss Corporation. He also uses a violin bow, EBow, Morley Pedals, Quartz crystal and an RC-20 Loop Station by Roland Corporation to create a multiple of guitar rhythmic patterns. Making full use of this equipment, he is able to equalize precisely the live sound from his instrument to achieve different sounds for every song within each concert venue. Scott has invented well over 250 exclusively alternate guitar tunings. Scott uses custom gauge Ernie Ball guitar strings. 
- Virtual Altar (1995) Sonic Alchemyst]
- Peace Dance (1996) Soundings of the Planet]
- Alchemy (1999) Soundings of the Planet]
- Temple of Dendara (2001) Sonic Alchemyst]
- "Secret Portal (2008) Sonic Alchemyst]
Compilations (various artists)
- 'State of Profusion' featured on Vapor Trails: The Echoes Living Room Concerts Volume 14 (2008)
- Chakra Healing (Soundings of the Planet) (2008)
- Eagle River (Soundings of the Planet) (2007)
- Mountain Meadow Meditation with Dean Evenson (Soundings of the Planet) (2003)
- Sound Yoga with Dean Evenson (Soundings of the Planet) (2003)
- Sound Massage with Dean Evenson (Soundings of the Planet) (2002)
- Healing Sanctuary with Dean Evenson (Soundings of the Planet) (2002)
- 'DreamState' featured on Creative Independent Music Alliance CD Compilation (2001)
- Spirit Rising (Soundings of the Planet) (2001)
- Healing Dreams with Dean Evenson (Soundings of the Planet) (2001)
- Native Healing (Soundings of the Planet) (2001)
- Sonic Tribe (Soundings of the Planet) (2000)
- Tao of Healing with Dean Evenson (Soundings of the Planet) (2000)
- 'Neptune’s Forest' featured on NPR's Echoes Living Room Concert Compilation CD Volume#5 (1999)
- 'Emerald Sea' featured on Natural Wonders Music Sampler (1998)
- Sound Healing with Dean Evenson (Soundings of the Planet) (1998)
- Healing Waters with Dean Evenson (Soundings of the Planet) (1997)
- Angels of the Sea: Sacred Dolphin Art of Atlantis co-collaborated with Michelle Gold. Poetry book inspired by wild dolphins from around the world. Published by Hay House (1996)
- "Dolphin Dreams" featured soundtrack on Templayed Vol 1 - Healing Through Temple Visuals (2007)
- Huckabay's music was highlighted in the eighth season of MTV's reality television series Real World Hawaii (1999)
- Lisa Diane. "Scott Huckabay biodata". Scotthuckabay.com.
- "Scott Huckabay Interview by Cathalena E. Burch". Azstarnet.com.
- "Scott Huckabay Portfolio". Soundings.com. Retrieved November 27, 2014.
- "Scott Huckabay Testimonials". Soundings.com. Retrieved November 27, 2014.
- "Scott Huckabay Interview by Greg Hohnholt, NRG Psychics". Truepsychicsnetwork.com. Retrieved November 27, 2014.
- "Big Island Weekly and front cover story interview". Bigislandweekly.com. Retrieved November 27, 2014.
- "Scott Huckabay guitar strings". Ernieball.com. Retrieved November 27, 2014.
- The official Scott Huckabay site
- Scott Huckabay Interview by Cathalena E. Burch
- Big Island Weekly and front cover interview By Le’a Gleason