So, I'm seeing a lot of information online suggesting that short-scale basses tend to have problems with overtones (as described in the articles, the sound of two notes playing at once). I've run into a couple articles suggesting balanced tension strings to line out the issue. (Here's one: Adventures with strings on a short scale bass guitar) Both of them recommend La Bella Deep Talkin' Flats, though I have an existing preference for roundwounds (alternating between Ernie Ball and RotoSound strings). I've already tried adjusting the bridge saddles and truss rod, but I keep running into this problem on my E, D and/or G strings (pending the adjustments I make). Can anyone vouch for this? I've never been a fan of flats, but I want to be able to use this bass (mainly because I bought a set of TV Jones Thunder'Mags to go in it). I would be tempted to buy a set just to see if it fixes the problem. I have RotoSound Swing Bass 66 Short Scale strings on as of now, and I am working with a Gretsch Electromatic Junior Jet 2220 bass.