And if so, which ones? Right now I'm using TI Jazz Flats on my 6-string fretless ABG. These strings have some really beautiful qualities--for instance, melodic passages in the upper registers come out wonderfully--and they're disticntly better than the roundwounds and and half-rounds I've tried as alternatives so far, but I still find myself wishing on occasion that I could get a bit more booty. I've been thinking about tapewounds for a while, on the suggestion of one guitar repair guy I know, but because the diameters of those are so odd compared to "normal" strings, it would entail a new setup and probably another nut, so I've hesitated to pull the trigger. It took me a while to get the setup just right with the JFs, so I'm a tad reluctant to change unless it seems there's a good chance I can get closer to what I want. So, tape-on-ABG people: if you made the switch, what did it do for your tone, plugged and unplugged? Did you lose acoustic volume unplugged? Did left hand vibrato become harder, easier, or neither? Which brand do you prefer? I know of only La bella, Rotosound, and Fender. And naturally, standard disclaimers about personal taste and preference apply and are in fact assumed. Thanks in advance.