Hi guys. So i am going to rewire my LP to 50s style but i see all ppl are using 22 awg cable. For electrical conductivity that is poor thickness of the cable. The cable it ultra thin. I'm wondering if this has effect on tone or buzzing over all. If you look at speaker wires the thicker the better. Most of the time 16 or 18 awg is perfect I would think 18 awg would be proper thickness and copper too as copper has best conductivity besides gold and silver. What do you guys think? I have 18 awg wire at hand but insulated with rubber covering. Do i really need cloth braided cable and why 22 awg? I'm perplexed why entire guitar industry is using such a thin wiring? Please enlighten me. I'm also contemplating if i should use 15uF instead of 22uF in the neck? Thank you in advance.