I've been gigging a Fender P with Chromes for my blues band, but I need a 5 string for some of the tunes. I also want to be able to EQ on the bass as needed, and you obviously can't do that with a passive bass. I have a Lakland 55-01 that solves the 5 string piece, but the nickel rounds it has now are too zingy and a little harsh in the highs. The upper strings also sound a little thin to me. D'Addario makes a 5 string set of Chromes, so the way I 'm thinking is that I can get the flatwound vibe on a 5 string, and those would both fatten the tone on the D and G strings, and smooth out the highs. With the 55-01's active EQ I can also dial in the tone and crucial midrange punch I need. My concern is how the B string is going to translate to flats. The Lakland has a nice tight B of course (35" scale) but I've never used flats on a fiver. Has anyone done this? Any issues to be aware of before I order this set?