#1
Hello,

I just replaced my Ovations acoustic strings with electric 10's and they sound great except for my b which sounds like a sitar. Its only the B too, and no matter what fret you play it sounds like it. Its weird because the high E is closer to the neck than the B.... Idk what to do but its really bothering me. Thanks!
#2
Electric guitar strings aren't meant to sound good acoustically. That's why there are acoustic guitar strings, designed specifically for acoustic applications.

Also, use a ruler to measure the distance from the fretboard for the high E and B strings. It could very well be an optical illusion. Measure from the bottom of the string to the fretboard at the same fret.
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#3
The B string is often agreed upon as the most "nasal" sounding string. The fact that you're using electric strings, and playing a guitar with plastic back and sides, is probably not helping much with that.
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#4
The string may simply be buzzing a bit due to less tension/smaller diameter. Try going back to a more appropriate string and see if that cures the problem.

If you really want extra-light strings, the guitar can be set up for that; but it would require some work on the action. And going "up" rather than "down" can be more expensive.