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G run

G run in G major variation[1] About this sound    contains both hammer-ons and a pull-off.
G run in G[1] About this sound   .

In bluegrass and other music, the G run (G-run), or Flatt run[1] (presumably after Lester Flatt), is a stereotypical ending used as a basis for improvisation. It is the most popular run in bluegrass, the second being "Shave and a Haircut".[1]

The most well known version, above, is a slight elaboration of the simplest form, below.

See also

Sources

  1. ^ a b c d Traum, Happy (1974). Bluegrass Guitar, p.25. ISBN 0-8256-0153-3.
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