I just copied the segment below from Fender's website. It came from an article talking about which guitar to choose, Strat or Tele; the differences. It says: "Narrow-tall frets are taller and narrower than their medium jumbo cousins, making them especially effective for bending notes and playing chords up the neck with perfect intonation." Okay, I'm far from an authority since I rarely know what I'm talking about, but that statement doesn't make sense to me. I buy that "narrow-tall frets" would make string bending easier, but, I would think that the taller the fret, the sharper the notes as you press your finger, thereby, the string, down to the fretboard. Am I wrong? I see the fret as a fulcrum, and the taller the fulcrum the more downward the travel is allowed. That equals more tension on the string. The more tension, the sharper the note. Please, set me straight.