Hi everybody, since december I'm using the wonderful 0760M on my Harley Benton JB75. I knew these strings before, and fell in love again after mounting them on this bass. it has a sturdy bridge and a big neck, so I haven't got problems with them, but a friend of mine used this set on a Squier Affinity, and the bridge bent under the tension. two weeks ago I bought a Sub Ray4, wonderful bass, well sounding... but in two weeks I spent more time trying the various strings I had at home (Ernie Ball 45-100, 50-105 and GHS 45-105) more than actually playing this bass... I had two reharsal sessions and a gig in the meanwhile, and did it with the three different sets I probably just figured out that I'm addicted to the Labella Jamerson, both for what concerns the feeling and the sound. I'm a flatwound lover, in particular becase I don't slap a lot, and when I do, I still like the "contra vibe" of the slapped flats compared to the bright roundwound sound. where's the problem? I'm afraid that they can bend the bridge... I've tried the 50-105 from Ernie Ball, but their overall tension is less than a 45-105 GHS, so they don't count much... has someone tried them, or at least some heavy gauge flats on this bass?