Is there a brand of strings that has an even tone across all the strings? Every set of strings I have tried has large tonal variations between the strings when played acoustically and these variations are magnified when actually playing through an amp. Usually the E and A strings sound similar and the D and G strings sound similar. Sometimes the E, A and D strings have the same tone and then the G string sounds like an acoustic guitar string. I have never been able to find a set of strings that has the same tone across all the strings. I have tried D'Addario XLs and Chromes, Fender taperwound and standard nickel, GHS boomers and Brite flats and several others. The problem is the same on all of my basses (Jazz, P-bass, Guild Acoustic and a Starfire). Whenever I walk up a scale you can definitely hear a difference when crossing to certain strings. Has anyone else experienced this?