Here's another great little bluegrass run that I'd like to show you. You can come up with your own, but often in bluegrass music they use open strings. So here's a little lick I'd like to show you involving open strings.
I'm going to start with my first finger on the D, on the second string. Going to a C, with my third finger on my third string and then there's my open string right there, the second string open. So I'll review those first three notes.
D on the second, C on the third and then a B, back to the second string open. Then I'm going to play another blues note here the B flat, with my first finger. Then my fourth finger grabs the A natural, on the fourth string at the seventh fret and then the G string open.
Then I'm going to do F with my first finger, E with my fourth finger to the fourth string open, and then I'm going to do some pull offs from C to B. Then the B open to the G, that I can actually use as a G chord as well, too. So let's go through that slowly. A little bit faster and that's a really cool open string bluegrass run that you can work into your playing.