Hey TBers! I recently dropped a Fred Hammond Darkstar pup into my Mike Lull P4, and have found that my rig may need some dire reconsideration. Typically, I prefer flatwound strings on all my basses. Upon first plugging my bass into my Eden practice amp, I found that it sounded totally amazing - everything I've always wanted in my tone. Lots of low end, with a grisly top end sizzle, almost like an upright when the fingerboard's got some growl. Unfortunately, plugging into my Aggy TH500/DB112 rig did not show these same results. The high output of the pickup seems to drive the low end into oblivion, and there's not a ton of definition to speak of. I thought perhaps there could be something wrong with the installation of the pickup, but strapping a set of roundwounds on cleared up that hypothesis. It sounded as clear as a piano - really remarkable, defined tone. It's just that I don't care much for roundwounds, and I want that flat thump without losing too much top end. Any suggestions? Should I reconsider how my bass is dialed in to the amp? (EQ is typically flat, volume soars at about 2 or 3). Should I try tapes or something? Guide me!