In the Spring of 2000, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts put on a 3-month special exhibit on the history of guitar design called "Dangerous Curves". Including instruments from as far back as the 1400's, the exhibit included 135 instruments, of which 3 were Chrysalis guitars. Two were in the exhibit proper, and one I asked be hung in the Exhibition Store for visitors to play, which it was, 8 hours a day, 7 days a week, for three months, strings being changed every two days. It the first time in the history of the MFA that an exhibited item was also for sale.
The MFA hired a guitar composer and a guitar performer to write music for and make high quality recordings of 12 of the exhibit's instruments, one being the Chrysalis guitar.
If you visit the MFA Chrysalis guitar web page, in the lower right corner of the page is an "audio tour" button which plays the pure acoustic recording of the original Chrysalis design.
A shorter clip of the Chrysalis guitar in acoustic mode can be heard here: