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Thread: P22/P24 Thickness

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    P22/P24 Thickness

    Are these guitars their ordinary Custom selves, or are they now McThick with piezo? I feel like a 24 fret McThick guitar would have been a big deal that I would have noticed being discussed...but then again

    I am actually a little perturbed that everything has gone McThick - I guess it's cause I grew up on a CE, but the custom thickness just feels right against my ever-expanding 30-something year old gut.. Ha...Oh well...

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    The P24 is slightly thicker than a Custom 24, though I don't really notice it at all.
    '14 P24 Trem AP / '11 Artist V / '01 Cu24 10-Top / '65 Fender Mustang / '78 Fender Stratocaster / '96 Gibson Les Paul Custom / '80 Gibson E/2 / '08 Gibson Les Paul Studio Ltd. / '95 Rickenbacker 360/12 / '90 Steinberger GL4T / '72 Martin D-35 / '73 Martin D-18 / Hernandez Classical / Marshall JCM2000 TSL 100 Half Stack / Mesa Rect-O-Verb 50 / Fender Twin / Marshall AS100D

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    Bad news, I'm afraid. They're McThick to accommodate the piezo guts.

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