So I just picked up a 90s Ibanez ATK300. Holy balls is it rad. Of course, the first thing I did was restring it. I picked up some Labella flats and went to town. While tuning it up the A string snapped at the angle in the bridge. Thankfully the folks at the local shop swapped out some fresh strings for me and the new set are doing me just fine. But now I wonder if I’m in a precarious situation and will experience a string break at any moment having flatwounds at such an angle. I’ve read that string through bodies aren’t the most favorable for flats, but are there any flatwounds that take the bends better than others?