#1
I have a very silly problem, when i play electric guitar i hardly have it (i have it but dont hear it) when i play acoustic the problem does show it's ugly head.

When i lift my fingers from the fretboard to move to another chord or anything i just cant seem to lift my fingers without making a sound, resulting in random notes/noise that goes through the tune i play and that is just extremely annoying.

So how can i learn to lift my fingers without ringing the string every single time, especially with chords i have this problem not so much with single notes. Are there any exercises for this, tricks, tips etc
#2
Try to lift the off halfly, so they don't touch the fretboard, then fully release. I have an old acoustic piece of crap here, and it works for me.
#4
Well, I had the same problem when I first began playing, strictly because my fingertips were all soft and pansy-ish. After a few months of hard playing, the calluses formed and the problem resolved itself.
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