A long series of events led me here but ill keep it short: Ive been searching for the right strings for my Jazz and P, after trying many I had ended up with GHS pressurewounds on the P bass and Fender Pure Nickel on the Jazz. The Jazz sounded good but I ended up putting flats back on the P, however I just couldn't get the sound I was after on either. As an experiment I took the Pure Nickel's off the Jazz and put them on the P, I took the previous set of pressurewounds and put them on the J....Whala, there it was, the tones I had been after. The pressurewounds sounded much better on the Jazz, that punchy growl really came out. The Fender Pure Nickel's really made the P come alive, they have a higher tension while being less stiff than flats, the sound is very warm and mid-range rich, the "tingy highs" and boomy lows are dialed back a bit, the opposite of scooped I think, overall much more "P Bass" tone and grind than previously , if that makes since.