Hey folks, Wondering if anyone else has as much problems with the G string on the Dunlop Super Bright sets that I have. I bend/cut/wrap these strings just like any other strings I have ever used. I try to cut them so that the wrap around the peg starts with the winding and not the core wire. But, I find that because of the length of the winding, it is very difficult to get the G string to actually tune up and not slip. I feel there is too much of the core wire exposed and it seems like it is a crap shoot every time I get a new set as to whether or not the string will stay wound...some stay wound and some do not. And, I have found that the Marcus Miller set is even more problematic as there is even less winding on those than there is on either the Nickel or the SS. I have several Fenders (P and J) and they all have this problem. The only bass I am able to string up with no issues is my Musicman Sterling and that is only because the G string on those are much shorter due to the peg being on the underside of the headstock. Do you not cut the G string? Do you cut it but leave enough of the core wire so that it has a couple wraps on the peg before the winding? Thanks!