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« Reply #20 on: September 01, 2012, 02:15:28 AM »

I wondered why James Taylor angled the capo that way until I tried it. It certainly does give me a bit of extra room there when my fingers get jammed against the capo doing some ridiculous chord one fret off. I suppose he adjusts his tuning to correct for whatever pull the capo has on the string. I'd always place the capo as much as I can on top of the fret w/o it damping the string.

I've finally gotten around to fixing the links to the sound samples I reference in my original post.

Accurate tuning –

Taylor tuning –

(I'm liking SoundCloud already. . .)

I honestly can't hear the difference. . .

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