G - D - Am / G - D - C / G - D - Am / G - D - C - D
for the verse. And
G - D - Am / G - D -C - D / G - D - Am / G - D - C - D
for the chorus.
(But I have to admit that this is a six-string song for me. I've never played it on a CBG...…"
"Hi Tim, that all looks good, but an observation if I may. I feel it would be more beneficial to use a wood infill on top of the rod. Over time the cardboard is liable to compress and leave you with a loose rod. Also the rod is then pushing against…"
"Inspired by this thread I've just completed a neck for a 'normal' 6-string guitar, using an adjustable truss rod within a laminated neck.
The guitar had yet to be completed, but it looks OK so far!
I taped little bits of card to…"
"I got mine from a German luthiery supplier, sort of the European equivalent of StewMac, and they were pricey as well.
I think they're pricey wherever you get them. I coudn't find cheap ones anywhere..."
"Hi Hanns, in the manufacturers parts list that I buy from bar is flat rod is round. In any case your on the right track. Just so others are not confused.
I don't glue because the tightness of the fit of the bar in its slot forces any glue out…"
"I'm a bit confused with the wording, Taffy, but I think what you call a bar is exactly what I called a rod here... The things I'm going to use are rectangular and 10 x 5 mm.
So you don't glue them at all? Why?"
"Hi, I use carbon fibre quite a bit in necks and reinforcement inside the guitar. Not CBG's.
I would recommend not using rod or tube in a neck,but a carbon fibre bar. When inside a tight fitting slot in the neck a bar has a far greater…"