I have a deep singing voice (pleasant range: E2 to D4, extreme range: B flat 1 to F4). It is not shockingly bassy but warm. So if I want to cover a song, I need to transpose it. But I have to transpose every song to such a degree that it is impractical with a capo and when I simply transpose the chords my voice blends too much with the guitar resulting in a muddy sound and the ornamentation of the original track is lost. The frequencies of the guitar and my voice overlap too much. I think that a baritone guitar could solve my problem as then I would shift the frequency spectrum of the guitar down as much as the frequency spectrum of my voice is shifted down in comparison to many pop singers. Could this, in theory, result in a nicer more clearer sound? I have seen that others have asked a similar question but I believe that no one has addressed the issue regarding how the voice "sits" with the guitar.