Hey Everybody! Wanted to inquire with my fellow bass buddies about great low-tension bass strings. The context: found a string that worked for me and my MIA Fender P-Bass about 2 and a half months ago: Sunbeams. Had tried a few flats, couldn't dig the sound, too stiff, not enough sustain...tried D'Addario XL, too "small-sounding", for lack of a better word, tried Half-Rounds, too much tension, not enough sustain...etc etc. Was working well with the Sunbeams until they died on me recently. Was in the studio recording some tunes with my band and the producer felt I wasn't getting enough "definition" in my attack. What I dig about the Sunbeams is that I get a great bounce on them...they are low-tension but they get what is to my ears a great attack and response. They've also got that nickel warmth, which I dig...was jamming on some La Bella stainless steel strings right before, couldn't quite ride with those... To keep this short, I'm thinking of trying out another set..will have a new set of Sunbeams on the side just in case, but thought I'd use this opportunity to try for something with more "definition" or "attack" so I don't necessarily have to play harder or dig in more on the technique side. I've got a set of Fat Beams on there in the meantime...feel good so far, but they are higher tension than the Sunbeams. Which brings me to this question: what are some great options for players who like "lower-tension" strings that still have great "definition", "attack", "clarity"...i like to bounce on the strings a bit, I'm somewhat of a percussive player, and so higher tension kills the vibe for me... Thank you for taking the time to read!