Flute: Real renaissance musicians would have killed each other for one of these, and real renaissance audiences would no doubt have paid extra to watch them do it.
Saxophones: We prefer to think of them as post-medieval crumhorns.
Double Bass: A viol on steroids, and fairly life-threatening, illegal steroids at that.
Guitar: An Ovation guitar, with its distinctive round, lute-like body for some medieval authenticity. Pity it's made of polycarbonate.
Trumpet: Exactly like the horns played five centuries ago, except for the valves, slides, acrylic lacquer finish and Sardonyx valve buttons, available in three hot styles to lend your instrument a distinctive personal touch.
Electric Bass: We're certain these would have been very popular in Elizabethan times, had musicians of the day been able to get strings for them.
Recorder: Roland VS-2400CD 24-bit digital much cooler than the old wooden kind you blow through.