#2
Hybrids are heavy on the bottom strings, lighter on the top ones.
Yamaha 503TVL
Yamaha Pacifica
Squier Tele Custom II
Crafter bass
Cube 60
Kustom 2x12
#3
I think hybrids have thicker Low E A and D strings so that they won't get all floppy if you want to tune to Drop D or D standard. Regular slinkys basically suck for tuning lower than E standard.
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Stock Gibson Pickups from a 2005 V, I think they're a 498T and 500T set FS/FT
Duncan Distortion (regular spaced) FS

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#4
Yeah, Justin Chancellor tunes to Drop-D and uses Hybrids
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EDIT: Sammcl pretty much got it dead on.