I just got my hands on a 2010 Fender Nashville B-Bender Telecaster - it's essentially new as it's still in it's original stickers & appears to have not even been played. Prior to this, I had been running my Handbender on my Shawbucker Deluxe and had found that I needed to go to a .13 for the B to keep it in tune, which it did beautifully - though I attribute the need for that to the shorter scale, softer break angle crossing the saddle & lack of string tension. I also had to use a special saddle with the threads locktite'd to keep them from jostling looser from the saddle movement (due to said lack of tension). At any rate, I had intended to keep with the .10's that came on the Nashville but unknowingly grabbed a set of .09's when I went to clean it up & restring it. Got the action & pickup height dialed in and it's playing beautifully but I'm still having to stretch out my B string it seems. Granted, it's been less than 12 hours and I'm doing plenty of bending before rechecking & retuning as needed and at this point, it's only going a smidge flat when it does. I'd like to just say with .09's as that's what I play on my other electrics. My questions are - how long should I expect for this B string to take to get broken in fully to where it stays in tune? Is there any particular B string gauge that is otherwise needed, suggested or required for playing a B-bender? And do you have any other tips for keeping it in tune? BTW, I have already lubed the nut, saddle & roller. Thanks in advance guys!