Hey guys, quick question (from a relative beginner to bass, but not to music). This turned into more of a story than I had hoped, but anyways, here it is: I am subbing in a contemporary church band, with a nice balance of electric and acoustic instruments, not a very loud group. Some weeks, they need me on keyboards, and some weeks on bass (depending on who else is available). This is one of those bass weeks. I am playing their Peavey Grind NTB 5-string bass, which I absolutely love (it feels so much better than my Lyon P-Bass stencil, and I can't sufficiently describe all the reasons why this is so. There are many, but I can't put some of them in words yet). Aside from being better or worse, it is very different from the Lyon in even more ways. I am not finely in-tune with the bass yet, I can't fully tell what to adjust (tone knobs, pickup volume knobs, amp EQ?) to reach the sounds I hear in my head. One thing that has been bugging me is the very general muddiness of the Low B string. The notes everywhere on the fretboard on this string are duller, thuddier, and lack a lot of clarity compared to the other four, with pretty much every setting I have tried, the only time they sound decent is with a ton of bridge pickup dialed in, which makes me sound like Jaco on the rest of the bass. That's not what I'm going for. I have heard many other bassists on 5-strings, with much better sound down there. Although I am young and new to the bass, I use low notes very conservatively, but would love for them to have more of an impact when I do choose to use them. This is why I would appreciate your wisdom. How can I clean up the low register?