I’ve been a super bright fan for a while now. My gigging 5 string jazzes have been wearing them a couple years. I typically change out my strings every 2-4 weeks depending on a few things. I’ve never been a fan of the .125 low B that comes in standard super bright packs. I had been ordering the 6 string set from BSO and ditching the c string. Recently, Jason got a limited stock of .130 tapered Low B’s Dunlop’s. They were fantastic. But Dunlop isn’t actually producing them. I see they offer their standard Dunlop strings in a .130 and a .130 taper. Why not the super brights? Isn’t a .130 kind of the industry standard? What gives?? I’ve tried so many other strings and none of them give me what the super brights do. I just can’t handle the .125 floppy B. Rant over.