Hello all, I'm new to the forum and I apologize if this has been posted before. I searched the site but didn't find my answer. Sorry for the long build up. I'm a guitar player for 35 years and have never owned a Gibson. I decided during the pandemic to sell some gear that was not using and buy some other stuff I've always wanted. Needless to say I bought three Gibsons. All from the Gibson Demo shop in Nashville. A 2017 Les Paul Gold top Classic HP. 57 classics, shallow C neck, and coil taps. I know the forum's beef with the CPU boards as opposed to hand soldered pots but I think this guitar sounds great. Which Brings me to my SG question. I also purchased 2 SG's: A 2016 special limited run satin SG with p90's. Modern C neck which measures .810 and the first fret. Single volume a tone. A 2016 SG faded with 490R in the neck and a 498T in the bridge. According to the specs it's a slim taper neck but it gets pretty beefy around the 12th fret. Feels awesome, though. Long build up I know but here it is. Both SG's were made on 2016 but the Special has a thicker body than the faded. Is this common for SG'? Are they all differents body thicknesses? They have very different tonal qualities based on pickups but does the thickness make any additional difference? Thanks for the help Forum.