Hi guys, first post here, yay! So I just bought this 1920 german fully carved flatback double bass and im just in LOVE with it...so much meaty tone and it just projects like CRAZY. However the tone is a bit dark for my taste and Im wondering if there is any ways to brighten up the tone? the strings, i dont know the brand, but they are jazz strings (ie thinner than orchestral). the fingerboard is ebony...im using a realist pickup, and although its not QUITE as noticable when im playing acoustic, since i just put the realist on today i was thinking 'hey, i WOULD like a little more treble" after hearing the bass through my amp, but realized there is a slight lack of treble acoustically also. im looking for my vibrato to just have a little more bite/edge. i know its hard to relate sounds to words since everything is subjective and everyone uses words differently but we try, eh? i heard something about shaving the bridge thinner being a good way to add treble? i guess that is the simplest way to put it, i'd like more treble from my double bass tone. Thanks for any info you guys can provide!