Gentlemen, I've found some posts talking about afterlength but couldn't resist to do some practical research and ask you: What's the tunning of the string afterlength on your basses ? (before the tailpiece, not pegboxes) Also, what's the most recommended/ideal afterlength tunning for a better and richer ressonance? Mine is: (Open String / Afterlength note) E = B A = F# D = D G = B (two octaves higher and a little flatter than the B afterlength generated by E string, but is still B and not B flat) I don't even have to mention that my pickup (Rev Solo II or Fishman BP100) feedbacks a little when I play B on E string and a LOT when I play B on G string. Note: My tailpiece is one of those weirds ones (I love it, not only the aesthetics but specially the tonal/sustain effect), with compensated string length, which affects the afterlength tunning. Can't remember what was the afterlength tunning before, with the normal tailpiece.