So as an aside, I hear you guys that say you don't use a capo on electrics, and I understand it,
But a capo offers advantages that just moving the chord shape does not. There's a tonal difference between open chords and bar chords. That whole G, C, D thing that "Sweet home Alabama", and countless others, make famous, isn't possible without open chords.
It's not just "can you get it in tune with a capo". it's also can you get the song at the pitch you need for the singer, but still play the way the song was intended. You can tune the guitar after the capo is in place. And then you can play "Sweet home Alabama" in G# if needed.
Well... I prefer not to use a capo. I can get away with it on electric because I learned everything with movable shapes. It's only on acoustic and really at the first fret I'd struggle today because I don't have the hand strength I did when I played a lot lot more.
There's also the argument against capos that you can't use open strings LOWER than the capo for particular chord voicings should you need them.