I just recently made two purchases that have me a little perplexed... I bought: A used Fender Rumble 75, and A used Squier Affinity Jazz bass The Rumble is the most powerful amp I have ever owned. My gigs are all in churches that have professional audio systems and monitoring. I honestly have only ever owned small practiced amps. I have always wanted something better, I just never really had a need per se. It sounds great and I am really glad I bought it. The Jazz bass was an impulse buy - got it for $90. It still had the plastic on the pickguard. Looks brand new. Plays great and sounds good too. I did not have a jazz in the arsenal, so this was a nice and inexpensive pick up. I practice in my basement. I am pretty sure the room resonates at G - F# to G# tends to be a lot louder than other notes, and this is true for all of my basses, which includes three different Ibanezes. What’s weird is that E notes are noticeably quieter, regardless of which E I play. If I just play the bass acoustically, everything sounds even, albeit unamplified. But when I plug in, an E note anywhere sounds quieter. Sustain seems fine. Does this just sound like a room acoustics quirk? Or do you think its a cheap bass quirk? On my Ibanezes the G is loud but the E is unaffected. If its the bass, would a neck swap help? Should I move my amp somewhere else? If it matters, I use Pro Steels in regular light gauge - I read in another thread that sometimes heavier strings can help? What should I do? Thanks!!!