I typically play 6-string and 4-string bass alternatively depending on the style and sound of the music I am playing, and I have been interested in the Ibanez SR2010ASC bass, a 6-string hybrid bass guitar which has the first four strings across a fretted fret board tuned to EADG, and two strings tuned to DG, same octave as the last two strings of the fretted portion, but the strings are across a fretless portion of the neck; making the entire bass tuned to EADGDG; ideal for fretless soloing over casual fretted basslines, or several possibilities. However, I prefer the tuning of BEADGC, or at least have the low B available since I play a lot in tunings lower than drop-D, and since I am not at all experienced in bass hardware, I am asking if there would be any problems such as tension, problems in intonation, damage to the instrument, or negative things in general if I used the standard 6-string strings on it (B on E, E on A, D on G, etc.) And just to clarify, I don't mean tuning the original strings down to the pitch, but taking 6-string bass strings out of the package, and putting them on the bass. Go for it, or Bad idea? Thanks.