Looking for input on string considerations for a G&L L2500 My main concern is the "Floppy B" that you tend to get with low tension short scale Fender style basses. I do like both flats and rounds, but my 40+ year old fingers don't like the tension anymore of flat wounds and tend to really hurt after playing for any period of time (even with lighter touch). Which leads me to my discovery of pressure wounds and balanced nickels being they are less tension then flats, yet a step up tension wise than rounds which may be the happy medium needed to tame the floppy B string; while having great versatility for multiple genres and styles. I will also say I have great experiences with DR strings, but I have switched to GHS recently and really like the quality and tone. I do also like tape wounds but need a bit more cut and bite competing with distorted rock guitars. Can anyone chime in with their experience with pressure wounds or balanced nickels on a L2500 and how the tension was of the B string, and overall tonal characteristics? Thanks in Advance!