Recently I noticed that open strings make their unwanted sound when my finger leaves them while playing a scale or a lick.
This is mainly affects the D and G string. Say I am playing a C major scale in the 7th fret. On string G I will play a D, E, F with my 1, 3, 4 fingers. The next note will be the G in string B. The issue is when my finger leaves the last note on string G (note F) the G string became open and sounds its open G.
I am moving my finger pretty 90, so it is not I am accidentally picking a bit the open G. Also, my finger is pretty clean, does not sweating etc.
This scale is only an example I am experiencing this literally every lick/solo I am trying to play and have moving from string D to G or G to B.
Question: Is it a common phenomena, or is it just me? What would be the solution?