yeah I know ive got a lot of questions today...

Whats way to transfer strings without having the open sound ring out?
for example

when I transfer from the G string to the B string going to 15 from 17, open G rings out.

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Lay your hand upon the first 4 strings just after you have played the note. This will mute them. You can then lift your finger off the G and no sound will be produced. If you are good, you can mute strings 3, 4, 5 and 6 while playing 1 and 2. But you have to be good.

Note: I can't do that. I'm not good, but that's how I have been taught to do it.
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When you switch strings, don't move your fretting fingers like you are doing a pull off, because you aren't Try to lift them in a manner that won't let the open string ring out.

Also, you can use your picking hand or picking hand thumb (that's what I do) to mute the string you just played.