I need a string that sonically is between an EB Cobalt Flat and a Dunlop flat. I have a G&L L-2500 fretless (alder/ebony) that I acquired about 2 years ago that I love, but I’m still trying to find the ‘right’ string for it. Initially it had rounds, but that only lasted the first 6 months. Tried EB Cobalt Flats on it, which had a very ‘round wound without the rattle’ tone, which I liked initially, but after a while I felt they were too mid-heavy and a bit one-dimensional; they sounded great for rock stuff but couldn’t get a warmer, more mellow tone. I always found myself rolling the bass all the way up, but couldn’t touch the treble much or it would get way too trebly. For the past few months I’ve had Dunlop flats on it, and they are much warmer and bring out a great jazz tone, but they don’t have the mids or highs of the EBs. I’m doing the opposite EQing now; only rolling on a bit of bass, but rolling on more treble. So essentially I’m looking for something with more bite than the Dunlop flats, but a bit warmer than the EB Cobalt flats. For the record the only other flats I’ve tried on other basses are DR Legends, which I really like, but they are a more ‘old school tone’ flat to me, so I don’t think they’d sound much different on the L than the Dunlops. I’m thinking another flat, but would consider half rounds or the new-ish GHS balanced nickels. I just want a string that has a bit wider sonic range to mirror the tonal range of the L-2500. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.