Here's the problem... my B string on my EB-MM SR5 is significantly louder than the rest of the strings. Is there a way to remedy this? I don't want to raise the string and therefore kill the action on the B. I'd consider lowering the pickup, but then the E and A strings would also start to quiet down, which i'm not wanting. Or do i just need to work on my technique and not pound on the B string as hard as i do on the other 4? Or should i get a larger, smaller, or taperwound B-string? I'm currently using Dean Markeley Blue steels, and the B is .130 i think. If i just EQ out the bass frequencies, the other strings sound too thin AND the B is still louder than them. Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, but i can think of solutions that cover every forum in the website, and i don't know which is the correct answer. Any help would be greatly appreciated Thanks Brian.