on the PC600, I noticed deformation on one of my hybrid string jobs where I got the crosses strung 3lbs lower than the mains. the end result was a visibly more rounded head... I admit I was not around to witness how the stringer did up my frame so I cannot comment on his stringing techniques. H/w I am not going to take my frames back to him for sure.
so question is, with hybrids (tensional differential) being more popular how can I avoid this? Stringing the poly crosses higher than the mains does keep the shape, but that seem veer of the logic doesnt it?
Or is it with the correct stringing methods and techniques (crosses from top to bottom), the frame will keep its shape irregardless tensional difference