Thanks to all who responded to my "Anyone Play With A Choir" post. First "gig" was yesterday. Didn't play on every number, 'cause I didn't have time to practice all of them. It is a catholic church, and we do 4 or 5 what we call "Service Songs" which are done at every mass. Very simple stuff, "The Lord's Prayer" the "Great Amen" etc. did all those because they are very simple. Our closing song was "Rain Down". Had that one nailed, went real well. Threw in a few walks and approach lines. One of the other bass players was in the pews. He said the volume out of my little amp was good, a little to "boomy" he called it, so I will flatten it out a bit. I did get lost once, but the best advice I got from you folks was go back to the major chord, and wait on the others to catch up. The embaressment is much less if you tell yourself that the two piano players just couldn't keep up with you. I found out yesterday that the choir owns a larger Fender Bass Amp. We will put it in the choir loft premanently, so I don't have to do an equipment set up before each service. I am looking forward to that. That way I can use my small amp to take part in our 45 minute run through before the service. One final thought...You know when I was playing full time, there was no time for practicing, working on new stuff, etc. You pretty much had to wing each new number on the bandstand. I love this because I have plenty of time to work on a bass line, and get it just right. One again thanks for all the good wishes and great advice.