#1
I recently have developed a problem in when bending a string up, I release the bend and the string above that one rings out. How can a fix this to get a cleaner bend?
#2
Try not to "roll" your finger when you bring it back down. If you do, it'll catch and pull off the next string, causing it to ring. Don't pull the string back down from the bend, instead, let the tension of the string pull your fingers back down. I know that's a little confusing, but that's how I keep it from ringing all time. Also, try bending with your very fingertips, so that your nail hits the string above instead of the tip of your finger.

Sorry if that sounds kind of confusing
#3
U heard this a million times, and I won't act liek ur mom.

But I have to HA!

Practice slowly and listen well, and it will comes natural, trust me on this

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#4
i like to use 2 fingers to bend, gives me more control. try that out.
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