Hi all! I have a fretless '71 Precision with a beautiful rosewood board, that I'd like to preserve if possible. It records great with flats (La Bellas) on it, bit it can get lost in the melee during a gig. (Bear in mind that don't want to be Jaco - I'm looking for an URBy growl). I tried a few types of halfwounds, but I wasn't impressed. I'm currently using DR Sunbeams which are almost there, BUT... they're still chewing my board and, although they have a nice growl, they're also a bit 'roundwoundy' even though they're quite well worn in. If I had the board epoxied, would the flats gain a substantial amount of growl and clarity? I'm aware of the irony of epoxying a board to protect it, and then stringing it with flats! Thanks!