#1
Are the newer squier bullets single or cutaway bodies mines about a 1 1/2 thick, would it be worth to make a double cutaway on such a thin body?

Ive also read somewhere that a burst finish would be the most accurate body for a single cut, is that true? My squier is a 15' Indonesian strat
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#2
Did you forget some words or am I too tired to understand? 
What do you mean by "single or cutaway bodies" and what does thickness of the body have to do with it?
Also, accurate for what? What does a single cut have to do with a Squier Bullet?

I'm super confused.  
#3
Sorry lol, i meat if its a glued and laminated body (2pieces of wood) or just one slab of 
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#4
Uh... if not mistaken the Bullets will be one Slab of,  Well of course Plywood.  Sure cut that puppy up, I prefer to burn them myself . But to each his own I always say 
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#5
Hahaha,mines definitely basswood, I was just wondering if squier uses a one piece or is it a double cut and glued, id figure because its so thin, whats the point of them gluing 2 pieces of basswood. 
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#6
It was a nice starter guitar. I'm saving mine in case my kids want to pick up the guitar. I'd rather them not mess with my collection.

Mines a 2015 with a basswood body.

They might just use a thinner piece of basswood, unless it's too soft to pull that trick off.
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#7
Squier Bullet bodies are made from multiple pieces and no attempt is made to hide the discolouration between the pieces.

Some model years of Bullets are made from plywood, while others are basswood. You can find out which model years have plywood or basswood with some simple google searches.

Whatever the case may be for your guitar, it probably isn't going to look too pretty if you strip the finish off. So if you're asking this question with the intent of refinishing it, I would stick to a solid colour.
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I'm glad I never tried to repaint mine then. It's nice to have an "expendable" guitar for experimentation purposes.
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#9
I counted 14 chunks of wood in a buddies Squier a decade ago. as in addition a few gigantic knots that were loose that we needed remove and fill.

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