Hi there! Lately I've bought me a Lakland P-bass. I love the way it plays and feels, and overall it's a much better instrument than my old Squier P. But!! I really hate the original strings on it (stainless steels): they're far too zingy and clanky for my taste. I always play with a plectrum and that enhances the zinginess even more. Far too much overtones. I don't like that, I want MORE of the root note, if you know what I mean. I've always used D'Addario XL 55-105 roundwounds on my Squier, but I must say that I only start to like them when they're well played in and after their initial "brilliance" is gone. Let's say, after a few months or so. Now here's my question: I'm looking for strings that sound like moderately worn roundwounds, but right out of the package. Does such a thing exist?? (Some people advised me to try out flatwounds, but I'm not too sure that would work out since I ONLY play with pick) Would halfrounds be the answer?? I really like the D'Addario brand, would they have the right string for me in their range of products? Any help is appreciated!!