I've only ever had 4 string basses, but in the next week or two I plan on getting my first 5'er for the B string. I have read a lot on here that a lot of amps/cabinets cannot handle the lower frequencies of the B string. This concerns me, as I wouldn't want to get a 5'er if I couldn't use the B string to my liking. I think the open B is somewhere around 32hz. I know my cabinet cannot handle anything below 50hz, so I have engaged the high pass filter on my power amp to only allow any frequency above 50hz. Clearly my amp wouldn't reproduce the fundamental, but shouldn't it still reproduce the 2nd harmonic? As a note, in most cases my mids are boosted above all frequencies. I'll only scoop the mids if I'm going for an old school tone, which won't be done as much on this bass. Am I going to have any issues with playing the B string? What causes this issue? Is it people boosting the bass and their speakers can't handle it and fart? If not an EQ issue, is it a setup, pickup, or string issue? Or is simply that a B string doesn't sound right if your cabinet cannot reproduce the fundamental frequency? Thanks.