I have taken photos of a church organ console with a digital camera, but the lighting conditions were very low. That's why I used an umbrella + daylight fluorescent bulb (from a kit similar to this Neewer 600W 5500K kit).
But I find the wood parts quite dull (too "white" because of bulb?):
The colours are very sad, whereas I expected something like this (it was nearly like this in reality):
What would you do to recover these beautiful lively colors? (here is a link to the dull image, just in case you want to try)
In general I always find the colors of photos shot with a daylight fluorescent spiral lightbulb quite cold / depressing. Did you have the same experience?
PS: I do own a XRite colorchecker, I should have used it, and I should have shot in RAW, but too late now...