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Artist: Devildriver
Song: Just Run
Album: The Fury of Our Makers Hands
Tabbed By: Dave Bordon (dbordon@bluebottle.com)

Tuning: Dropped B (B,F#,B,E,G#,C#)

FX Used: Just metal distortion through the whole song.  As it should always be!

Note: I only placed the notes, not the timing.  If I tried to fit all the strumming in, 
tab would not fit on the screen because Devildriver strum VERY fast.

Intro (Guitar 1)
C#|----------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|----------------------------------------|
F#|----------------------------------------|
 B|-5-------3-------1-------0--------------|

Hit each note muted and with a rapid triple strike and then slow a bit to give it that 
quite there noisy sound

Intro (Guitar 2)
C#|-15------13------11------10-------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|----------------------------------------|
F#|----------------------------------------|
 B|----------------------------------------|

Basically the same technique as Guitar 1

There is a third guitar that makes that howling sound, but I decided to leave it out 
it's not really essential to the song, and you can just improvise it (If you have a 3rd guitarist)

Intro Part 2 (Guitar 1 & 2)
C#|----------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|-5-3----3-1-----1-0-----1---3-----------|
F#|-5-3----3-1-----1-0-----1---3-----------|
 B|-5-3----3-1-----1-0-----1---3-----------|

There may be some palm muting in here.  Do whatever you feel like

Chorus (Guitar 1)
C#|----------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|-5---5---3---3---1---1---0---0----------|
F#|-5---5---3---3---1---1---0---0----------|
 B|-5---5---3---3---1---1---0---0----------|

Strum the hell out of this.  A bit of palm muting and fast wrist work.

Chorus (Guitar 2)
C#|-15------13------11------10-------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|----------------------------------------|
F#|----------------------------------------|
 B|----------------------------------------|

I strum the same as the intro without the muting.

Just before the first verse (Guitar 1)
C#|----------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|-5--< Bend this up slowly---------------|
F#|----------------------------------------|
 B|----------------------------------------|

Verse (Guitar 1 & 2)
C#|----------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|------------5-3-------------------------|
F#|-5-1---5-1------5-3--3-1---3-1----------|
 B|-5-1---5-1-----------3-1---3-1--0--3-5--|

Muted, strum each

Verse Part 2 (Guitar 1 & 2)
C#|----------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|----------------------------------------|
F#|-------------3--5-----------------------|
 B|-5-0---5-0----------3-0---3-0--0--3-5---|

No muting, keep strumming the top string fast.

PreChorus (Guitar 1 & 2)
C#|----------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|----------------------------------------|  X2
F#|-0--1--3--5--0--1--3--5-----------------|
 B|-0--1--3--5--0--1--3--5-----------------|

Play the Chorus a few times.

Play the Verse a few times.

Play the PreChorus again.

Play more Chorus.

Bridge (If that's what it is)
C#|----------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|----------------------------------------| Strum this lots
F#|-0--------------------------------------| for a while with
 B|-0--------------------------------------| some muting

C#|-----------------------------------------| These are the extra
G#|-----------------------------------------| notes played.  Listen
 E|-----------------------------------------| to the song to see
 B|-----------------------------------------| where they all fit in
F#|-5---------------------------------------| as I have not specified
 B|------8-----5--3-------------------------| where they are played

The parts above and below have just muted strumming on the open B & F#
string to keep it heavy.  This is less apparent when the second part is
played.

C#|----------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------| This is the faster part
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|----------------------------------------|
F#|--5-8888-5-----------5-8888-5-----------|
 B|-----------8---5-3------------8---5-3---|
There are some muted open B's in here.

Then its more chorus related riffs till the end of the song.

The last part is like this

C#|----------------------------------------|
G#|----------------------------------------|
 E|----------------------------------------|
 B|-----5-----5-----5----------------------|
F#|-5-3---3-1---1-0---1-0-0-3--------------|
 B|-5-3---3-1---1-0---1-0-0-3--------------|
                        x x

That pretty much covers all the riffs in the song.  There are a few small changes, like 
different strumming patterns at the end of the song, but this is mainly to show the 
used.

Any comments or fixes and be directed to dbordon@bluebottle.com

Enjoy!
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chan_rocker 10 Aug 07, 2007 11:33 AM

great tabbbb....great walk through easily 5 stars

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omegaxyphir 10 Aug 12, 2007 06:49 AM

Loving it. 5 stars.

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snook24 10 Jan 29, 2008 01:32 PM

awesome tab! i would have changed a few things but nothing too important.

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