Hey, I thought I posted here but it turned out i posted it at johnmyung.com/forums I posted it under my other username KRIPTIC: Background: I bought an Ibanez SR-406 on ebay. $400 and got HS case, tuner chord etc... Good Deal. Got it and the B string plain SUCKED... It was sooo bad you could barely even make out a note on it. It all just sounded like a thud. I did the truss rod and intonation thing. Got it a little better but it still stunk. I have owned 5 strings before and never had a problem with the B string like this. Anyways, here is what i did: Instructions: I went ot a hardware store (LOWES) and went to the plumbing section and looked for ANYTHING that was a.) Metal b.) Longer than an inch (i ended up with an inch and a half long hose type fitting) c.) Would be hollow inside and fit my B string throught it but not the ring at the end. I figured I need to make that string longer than it's 34" so what I did was a.) Filed the fitting where it "Horns" out so i could get to the intonation adjustment b.) Re-strung my B string with this fitting BEFORE the Bridge. c.) Tuned it up and got the intonation. The result was...... A B STRING THAT IS TIGHT AND BRIGHT WHERE I CAN HEAR WHAT NOTES I PLAY. With the 1-1/2" fitting, my scale for the B string is now 35.5" from nut to Bridge (All i did was technically extend my bridge 1-1/2" back...) Works great even to this day. See the pics for the example. I Recently threw some black electrical tape around it so it gets disguised a bit. Let me know how it works for you. The fitting costs like $1.