I have a set of TI flats on my 5 string Carvin that spent about six months on another bass before that. The set is around eight months old now and it's settling in nicely. The problem is that I decided to restring the bass with a high C instead of a low B, and that new string is MUCH brighter than the others. Is there anything I can do to warm this string up and make it sound more like its neighbors? Should I just bite the bullet, order the rest of the set, and restring the whole thing? Or should I just accept the tonal variation and hope that it settles in eventually?