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Old 03-21-2017, 05:46 PM
tonyo tonyo is offline
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Originally Posted by Ed-in-Ohio View Post
Another reason...The D shape played with a drop-D capo (leaves the low-E string open) at two is arguable the most badxxx E chord there is!
For me it has to do with adjusting the song to suit my limited vocal range and capability as a singer. If I find I can't get the vocal volume on the lower notes in the song, I put the capo on. It means I sing in a higher key and I can get the volume I need in the lower notes.

If it was more accomplished as a singer, perhaps I'd be able to adjust more readily. Not sure really, don't care. The capo solves the problem for me.
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