Cricket: Order Orthoptera
Orthopterans have strong back legs and muscles, features that allow them to jump high and far. Their thorax looks like a saddle. The organs on both sides of a grasshopper's first abdominal segment are for hearing, while crickets have the hearing organs on their front legs. Crickets and some grasshoppers rub one front wing against the other to make their well-known rasping sound.
I do believe that this is a nymph of long-horned orthopterans (Ensifera). The actual cricket, from antennae to end of leg is rather large, almost .5 inches. That (size description) is misleading since the cricket's leg and antennae are thin.
Here is a scanned image of the cricket. This is a nice piece.