typical - (I hate it when people get caught up in the 'depends on the shot' tangent.)
I tweak the swing and face angle of my SW (56/14) in this range. These are 'swings', not pitches - half, 3/4, etc, but swings - there is definitely a weight transfer.
etc from here on:
If it's in the lower end of that, say 50-65, I take a strong look at a fuller 60 swing based on lie, obstacles, ground, how I feel that day - I can hit the 60 degree up to 80 yards, but I'm not consistent yet - 3/4 swings are decent enough to take that club out though. But SW will also work in there.
in the 25-50 range, I'm back to the SW (as pitch shots - static pressure starts and stays forward) unless I need something special (high lob, or punch and run, etc ala 'depends on the shot caviat').
Inside that, we're getting into run vs pitch vs chip territory.