#1
Hey all. in my practicing, ive been sticking to mostly one note songs, or songs with double stops and open chords like G E Em A C. to name a few. but when I try to get into the more comlplicated chords I cant get the fingering down without muting any strings. As ive been told, its cuz im using an electric guitar, and the more complicated chords arent really for an electric. I dont really believe thats the problem... but I digress.
with a little practice, I can switch to other chords just fine. Ive gotten a lot better at switching from E to A to G to Em to C etc etc. But with these other ones... agh.
an example is this:
|--------4--------0--------0--------2--------|
|--------5--------0--------0--------4--------|
|--------6--------2--------1--------4--------|
|--------6--------2--------2--------4--------|
|--------4--------0--------2--------2--------|
|---------------------------0-----------------|
Ive tried this first one many times, and it kinda sounds like it should, but then again im not really sure. and the last one there I just cant do it.

Tips on this anyone? maybe some excercises?
"A guitar is your personality expressed through six strings"

"I'm cuddly bitch, deal with it"
#2
It's just a matter of practice, everyone has trouble with them at first. Seriously everyone. Also, I learnt them on an electric, you're fine.
#3
you should be able to play any chord on electric as you can on acoustic
#4
Yea, I kinda thought that idea was bull.
"A guitar is your personality expressed through six strings"

"I'm cuddly bitch, deal with it"