I just put on (for the first time) a new set of GHS Brite Flats. I realize strings, especially flatwound (which these kinda sorta are), can take some time and use to break in, but... The E string sounds a fair bit different than the others. I play on the G, D, and A strings, and it all sounds consistent. Then I get to the E string, and it's just kind of a dead thud, boomy sound. Not necessarily bad in and of itself, but it sounds remarkably unlike the other strings. Bad E string? Or does this just need to settle for a while? Never having used these strings before, I'm not sure what to think. I really like the G-D-A strings sound.