Hello, long time lurker here, merry Christmas to you all. Sorry if this has been covered before, I’ve searched and also looked through the ubass megathreads found a few things but haven’t been able to solve an issue. I’ve received a set of silver rumblers as an xmas present to go on my Kala hog u bass (2013 model) as I’ve started playing it a lot recently and fancied new strings to try. The problem I’m having is that the E string seems to be suffering from out of tune overtones i.e. it sounds like there are 2 E strings playing at the same time that are slightly out. The rest of the strings are fine and the intonation is good on them also. After a lot of searching on this issue I’ve tried: Adjusting the truss rod Removing the small plastic shim from under the bridge Taking the string off and back on again to see if it was twisted Moving the knot at the bridge end of the string to see if that helped The strings have only been on since yesterday afternoon so maybe it just needs to be broken in but instinct tells me it won’t help the overtone issue. Is there something else I can do that might fix it? Have I got a dud string? Or are the laws of physics just against me on such a short scale instrument? Anyone else experience this with the silver rumblers?