http://www.mindspring.com/~jshew2/VBassorganAcoustic.mp3 It's about 3.2meg. I'll leave it up until I get something better. I picked up a new V-Bass last night at Mars, and this is the first thing I've recorded with it (be kind). I hooked the V-Bass up to my Tascam 788 with two XLR cables in stereo. I also had a mono out running to my Boomerang Phrase Sampler. The bass line was a preset Acoustic Bass patch (I understand these are much better if you tweak them). I played a simple I-IV-V walking line, and looped it. The other line is a preset Pipe Organ patch in stereo. I think I'm going to tweak it so the expression pedal controls the rate of the vibrato (right now, it controls the volume). At the end, I switched back to the Acoustic Bass setting in real time, just to see if I could do it. I could. Just one quick take to get something recorded. I had the signal running a little hot from the V-Bass, so it's a little dirtier than it could have been. If I take a little more time, I should be able to get a cleaner signal to disc. The tracking is great on most of the patches--I didn't really have to think about dealing with any lag, which was nice. I think I'm going to work on a setting where I can have the bass signal only for the bottom two strings, and have the organ for the top three. This is a pretty basic mp3, but it certainly gets me excited about the possibilities of this thing. Any tips from people who've had this thing for a while? I'm started looking at the manual (past the installation, and set up part--read that before I mounted the pickup), but I've mostly been futzing my way through the various menus. I know I haven't even cracked the surface yet. I strongly encourage everyone to go to their local Mars, and pick this thing up for cheaper than you'll be able to get one new anywhere else.