I need to restring my 2012 Fender American Standard Jazz Bass with stock Custom Shop pickups. No, I don't want to put on another set of Pressurewounds, or hex core Bass Boomers. I had thought roundcore Bass Boomers (which I love on this bass) would be the set of choice especially now that they are being manufactured with the same construction techniques as Balanced Nickels. Balanced Nickels are my stringset of choice for my 2017 Fender American Professional Precision. Love the dark smooth tonality. Blessedly clankless. Never thought I would consider a set for my jazz, but now I am. For the shocker: Brite Flats. I never even considered them before I recently learned that Leo Fender had ordered ground wound strings from GHS for his brand new invention, the Music Man Stingray. Not sure who invented these. Leo Fender? Someone at GHS? D'Addario? Don't know. I do know I tried a set of D'Addario Half Rounds around 1980 or so, and hated them. That was then, and this is now. Brite Flats are different, and so am I.