Reach For The Sky
The SE Silver Sky is a familiar iteration of the original Silver Sky model that was first introduced with John Mayer in 2018. This workhorse guitar provides ample tone and playability in four distinct colors, delivering looks, feel, and sound.
The PRS SE Silver Sky starts with a poplar body, bolt-on maple neck, and rosewood fretboard with PRS trademark bird inlays. The 22-fret, 25.5” scale length neck features the original 635JM carve and an 8.5” fretboard radius, so the PRS SE Silver Sky will feel right at home. Plug it in, and the three single-coil 635JM “S” pickups will bark and sing. This guitar is anchored by a two-point steel tremolo, synthetic bone nut, and vintage-style tuners. Other design features include the PRS Silver Sky inverted headstock shape and the PRS double-acting truss rod (accessible from the front of the headstock for ease of use). Ships with PRS Classic 10-46 strings and gig bag.
PRS 2-Point Steel Tremolo
Comfortable tremolo functionality with exceptional tuning stability, featuring a classic 2-point mounting system.
PRS 635JM “S”
Full, warm vintage-inspired single coils with a musical high-end that is never “ice-picky” or brash. Designed to PRS’s specification.
Traditional closed-back tuners engineered to promote resonance.
|Top Carve||Flat Top|
|Number of Frets||22|
|Truss Rod||PRS Double-Acting|
|Neck Depth at the 1/2 Fret||27/32"|
|Neck Depth at the 12 1/2 Fret||31/32"|
|Neck Width at the Nut||1 41/64"|
|Neck Width at the Body||2 15/64"|
|Fretboard Inlay||Small Birds|
|Headstock Logo||Signature "SE"|
|Neck/Body Assembly Type||Bolt-On|
|Bridge||2-Point Steel Tremolo|
|Treble Pickup||635JM “S”|
|Middle Pickup||635JM “S”|
|Bass Pickup||635JM “S”|
|Controls||Volume and Two Tone Controls with 5-Way Blade Pickup Switch|
|Strings||PRS Classic 10-46|
|Tuning||Standard (6 String): E, A, D, G, B, E|
SE Silver Sky Rosewood - Controls Description
5-way blade pickup switch
Position 1 (down) - treble pickup
Position 2 - treble and middle pickups
Position 3 - middle pickup
Position 4 - middle and bass pickups
Position 5 (up) - bass pickup