I have a 33” scale Kramer with the forked metal 2+2 headstock, and I want to put on some new flats. The minimum/maximum winding lengths I measured for the E and G strings are 35.5/37” respectively. This puts it in a narrow field of contenders that won’t (a) have silks extending below the nut, or (b) wrap the business part of the strings around the tuning pegs (which are rather small and require a very tight wrap). I’ve measured the standard long Dunlop, GHS, Labella, and Rotosounds I have in my possession, and only the Dunlops were within range, right at 37”. I delightfully cut what I had from standard Fender length to fit my Kramer, and when installing the E, it broke just below the silk ($&@#!) So, I know Dunlops are a maybe, but perhaps I need a lighter gauge, or a saddle adjustment to reduce the angle break. Otherwise, what else is out there with a 35.5-37” winding? Most of the medium scale strings winding lengths are a bit short. I can confirm Labellas info on its website: E’s are 36.75” and the A/D/G’s are 38”. I’ve read GHS used to be 36.5”, but not anymore. My measurement seems to confirm this. I found this list, but I’m not sure this is recent: Bass and Guitar Strings, Amps and More from Fret Nation Thx!