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Jump Tabs (ver.5)

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Jump Tabs (ver.5)

Van Halen
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                "Jump" by Van Halen

	Here's "Jump"  arranged for guitar. 
	I've seen this done in many differnt tunings, 
	but this is how it goes in standard tuning.

e---------------------------------------------------------------------------
B-------15----17----13-----13----15---15---17--------------------
G-------16----17----14-----14----16---16---17--------------------
D-------17----17----15-----15----17---17---17--------------------
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------

e------------------------------------------------|
B----13----13------------8---8---8---------|
G----14----14------------7---7---7---------|	repeat this for awhile during
D----15----15------------9---9---9---------|the verses untill you get to here
A------------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------------|


e---------------------------------------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------------------------------------------
G--------------------------------------------------------------------------		~~~~
 = vibrato
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------
E--------7----5--5----7----5--5-----7-----5~~~~~------------------

	This part is behind the "Cant' you see me standing here, I got my back against t
he wrecking machine..." part.
	Then you play........

	(Palm Muted)
e------------------------------------------------------------
B--------------1-------------------1---------5\3----------
G--------2--------------------0-----------------------------
D---3---------------3----2---------------------------------
A------------------------------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------------------------

e------------------------------------------------------------
B--------------1-------------------1---------10\8-------		
G--------2--------------------0-----------------------------		
D---3---------------3----2---------------------------------
A------------------------------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------------------------

then you play the same chords you did in the begining for the chorus.


Well, there's more, but I'm done tabbing for tonight, so........

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