Hey everyone, My main bass is an Ibanez ATK300, strung BEAD. I somewhat recently switched to using the D'addario NYXL light gauge 5-string set, 45-130, but I don't use the G string. I have used 2 sets of these strings now, and on both sets I've noticed that the E string does not produce as much lows/volume as the other strings. It gets buried in the mix when I rehearse with my band. Because I have noticed this with 2 sets of NYXLs, and because I've always used D'addario light gauge packs for BEAD, I think my bass may have developed a setup problem. I'm not sure if this has to do with pickup/string height, or truss rod adjustment, or what? As far as I can tell I've installed the strings properly (witness points, etc.) and my action isn't super low to choke out the E string. The B string produces a lot of volume and lows, so raising the pickup height on that side might be overkill for the B, but still not enough for the E. I tried using my onboard compressor on my Ampeg SVT 5-Pro, which evened out the strings a bit and sort of helped, but I'd rather tackle the root of the problem. Any ideas what's going on and how to solve it?