This time around, the melody is played up the neck. The arrangement is based off the position you play in when fretting a 4 finger Bluegrass chop chord. Learning to play out of movable chord shapes will help you play in so many keys. It's a movable shape that doesn't rely on open strings. So, as long as you know the chords and where to play them, you'll have a bagful of licks and tricks that will be ready to go when you get the nod at a jam.
Make sure to check out those licks for some great Monroe, Bluegrass, and chord shape based riffs that you can take and apply any time you use those chord shapes!