So I’m the proud owner of a Music Man SUB5. It’s one of the California made Subs from the 2000’s. Obviously used but appears to be in great shape. When I got it, I changed the strings out and put a fresh set of nickel Ernie Ball mediums on it (my first time using them). Did a good once over, adjusted the truss rod and did a good set up. However, it makes a click (maybe clack) sound when I dig in a little. Ive heard that these basses are sensitive to strings and sometimes string noise can be amplified. My other basses (Jazz, L2000) don’t make this objectionable clacking noise when played similarly. When I apply some EQ, and cut at around 3.2K, the sound diminishes and the bass sounds pretty good. I’d prefer not to have to EQ the sound out. I know that I play with a heavy hand, I’ve tried to lighten my touch up... but no matter how light it is, the sound remains. The clack is all over the neck and on every string. It isn’t a buzz. However I’m pretty sure the noise is from the string being fretted against the fret wire. It’s loud. Suggestions? I’m thinking that I might try different strings. I usually use Rotosound stainless... but I think that will make it worse. My set up seems pretty good, but I’m open to suggestions there too. Again, I know I dig in when I play, but, I don’t think I do more than anyone else... and that sound doesn’t seem to be there on the G&L. Thanks in advance.