A little background first. I've been using D'Addario Chrome Flats on Precision and Jazz Basses for about forty years now. I've just given it all up for a MIJ re-issue Mustang Bass. I like this bass so much I'm going to order another one next week. The bass took four months to get here and in anticipation I stocked up on short scale Chrome Flats. But now I find out that with the string-thru-body bridge, the 30" scale strings are too short. I put on a set anyway and the cloth wrapped part goes almost to the first fret. By putting a cardboard match in the nut groove under the "E" string I got this setup to work. But I need to find some longer strings. There aren't any D'Addario 32" strings listed at Juststrings.com and the D'Addario website is totally worthless. Someone else must make a 32" scale string that sounds comparable. I tried a set of TI Flats on the Mustang and compared to the Chromes the low notes sound dead. So here is the question. Who makes a 32" scale flatwound that sounds like the D'Addario Chromes???