I usually play with 45-105 roundwound strings (harley benton because they're cheap) and I wanted to try a lighter string gauge. I bought a set of 40-100 strings (warwick). I had to set up my bass for the strings and I realised my set-up wasn't great even with the old strings. There was too much neck relief, so I straightened the neck and raised the string action to about 2,5mm (I used plectrums to measure string height. Good idea or not?). I don't know how low my action previously was, but it was lower than this. Do you think the warwick strings feel more tense to my plucking hand because of the raised string action or are they really more tense even though they are thinner? I never thought string height could affect the feel and tone this much. I really like these new strings and this new set up. The tone is good and bends and vibratos are now easier.