I’m on jazz bass experiment #___ and again I’m finding that I don’t get the sound I need on the D and G strings in lower positions. Specifically, when I play a fill on the lower positions on the D and/or G strings, my tone gets lost when combining with the drum hits. I’m mostly a P with flats player and needless to say, don’t have that problem with that setup. So my question is, do you shift up the neck and favor the E and A strings to avoid that problem, if you have it. Or do you use flats on your Jazz Bass, or maybe a preamp or a compressor. I’m mostly playing Soul/R&B stuff. But I’ve been listening to a lot of Tom Petty records and I’m loving Ron Blair’s J bass tone. Thanks.