I'm planning on working with a group soon that has a double bass player, so I'm looking for suggestions on a good mic setup for recording a double bass. However, I have very limited equipment at the moment. **By the way, I don't have many microphones because most of my equipment is more focused around electronic-sounding modern heavy rock. At the time, it seemed more effective to have guitars and tube amps and midi controllers and such... I'm just getting a little tired of that style, and I'm trying to do some classier music. These are the only mics I have: -Rode NT1A -Two SM57's -DR VX1 (really cheap mic, but I sometimes prefer it over the 57). I have two great sounding rooms. A large room and a small room. The small room does not have any noticeable reflections. The large room doesn't have much. The bassist has a quality instrument, so I shouldn't have issues with the instrument itself. The group is like a modern folk-ish sort of genre. They have acoustic guitar, electric guitar, double bass, and vocals. The bassist plays arco. When I looked this up on Google, I couldn't find much about folk.. It was mostly jazz, and what I did find is a lot of people saying opposite things.. Like.. "Mic the f-hole." "Don't EVER mic the f-hole." I'm possibly more confused now than I was before I looked it up... By the way, this isn't one of those "What's the BEST way" threads. Of course I'll have to try it for myself, but I just want suggestions or ideas of where to start so I'm not micing aimlessly when they come in to record. I'm willing to look into another microphone if it's a significantly different kind than what I have and will benefit me in recording a variety of things. I don't have a price limit, but I'll be making my decisions based on a price:usefulness comparison.