Guido started doing the hardware thing about 5-6 years ago. Sorry if I repeat myself from other threads, but He had the VB3 v 2 developed as he was switching to hardware. He dropped a limited software version of VB3 v2 in his Key Performer program and it is VERY good. Key Performer was developed to give a live player access to most of the common instruments in one program, but it is still 32 bit, and running jbridged in 64 bit is, for me, a little unreliable. I think you can still get a free demo of Performer on GSI site. You will have to also download the instruments separately, but they are free. There was a mention on his Facebook page a couple of months ago that he was going to hopefully get back to the software side of the company soon and catch things up.
Key Performer :
You can hear the limited VB3 2.0 near the end of both of these videos and you will hear why, if version 2 ever comes out, it will blow the others out of the water. His electrics and strings ain't too shabby either!