Oh okay I see. I don't ever play covers so I never considered the "playing it properly" part or having to move the key for a singer. I can see that being tricky stuff. I'm thinking like how I'd incorporate a capo into writing original material. I never thought I had a need for it before because you know, you can write however you want. I'm thinking, why play an E with a capo when I can just play a normal E? And if it messes up the rest of the fretboard, then why bother? But I see what you're saying. Mike Ness plays electric rock and roll with capo. I'm gonna try it like he does and see what happens.