#1
Is there a good way to stop the sound of a bent string without having to come down? Whenever I do a full bend or more I tend to bring the string back down a little (lowering the pitch making it sound awkward) and I can't seem to stop doing this. Any tips?
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#2
Keep your hand on the bridge, like you are palm muting.

This is hard to explain how I do it, so sorry for the confusion if there is any.

If I am bending the B string, i have my strumming hand resting on the 6th,5,and 4th strings. Then after I pluck and bend the 2nd string, i use my hand to roll a bit forward or "chop" into the bent string to stop it from ringing.

Just mess around with it and you'll get it.