Hey, so I put together a fender jazz plus V over the last week. I bought the bass off CL. It had all original everything except the truss rod was broken. So, instead of digging into that fix and since I got the stuff cheap enough, it was still in my budget to just buy a new neck. Which I got from a fellow TBer. Now, had to cut the neck pocket a bit (I used a small file and an xacto knife) and the neck bolted up nice and tight! Now, plugged it in and am not exactly satisfied. The low B string is lacking definition and punch, especially compared to the other strings. So, I said all of that, to ask this: Is there not a cure for a loose B string? I mean what causes it? I am not specifically talking about my instrument, but 5 strings in general... Will replacing the bridge, neck, tuning keys with quality parts not fix any B string problems that could arise? Does the tone wood of the body or thickness of it have an affect? I don't see how it would.... Just curious if the builders of talkbass use specific components on their builds to ensure this doesn't happen....and if these parts can be added to existing setups? Thanks.