#1
I recently noticed I have trouble playing (mostly) open chords on an electric. The side of my hand mutes the 1st string on A, for example. Maybe I played too much acoustic for too long, but is this a common problem? And yes I know practice will fix it.
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#2
I have no problem with open chords on either. It sounds like poor technique. I know this isn't the answer you want to read, but practicing with correct technique will correct the problem.
#4
It's normal when you play on any different guitar not just from acoustic to electric. I can't play certain songs as well on my brother's guitar. It just depends on what guitar you practice most on.
#5
You just need to get used to the distance between strings. More practice will help you.
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#6
Electric's also require a lighter touch playing than aoustic's,that will distort the cord's sound also. I still have to watch my open D cord as tooo much pressure will totally throw it out of tune.