#1
heres my issue - everytime i solo i always get unwanted noise from lightly brushing against other strings. if i bend a string, the string above it rings, whenever i remove my finger from one string to go onto the next it rings. i've tried playing real slow and it still happens. i know the reponse will likely be "practice more", but practice what? thanks
#3
you should just play more and your playing will get cleaner eventually.. not very revolutionary advice but that's the way it goes
#4
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palm mute in between string transitions.

+1

also try not to pull of as much as move from string to string, to reduce recoil.
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#5
like nirvana dude said,when taking your finger off the string...try not to make a pull off noise
dont push down as hard,use less force
#6
try and mute the strings u don't want with other fingers of your fretting hand. but if you practice your picking will become more accurate and then that will be less of a problem.
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#7
I always have this problem too... I noticed it particularly when playing the intro to Sweet Child O' Mine (yes yes, overplayed I know..). When I try and make a string change I end up making the previous string I was fretting ring out... It's annoying as hell :/
#8
play it as slowly as possible and try to find out at what point the unwanted sound happens, then just practice that part but each time slightly adjusting your fingering.
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