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PRS SE Silver Sky in Moon White with Rosewood Fretboard

PRS SE Silver Sky in Moon White with Rosewood Fretboard
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Presenting the all new PRS SE Silver Sky, this one in Moon White with Rosewood Fretboard.

The PRS 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 SE version of the 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 a new 8.5” fretboard radius, so that it will feel right at home. Plug it in, and the three single-coil 635JM “S” pickups will bark and sing.

The SE Silver Sky is anchored by a PRS designed 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).

The SE Silver Sky ships standard with PRS Classic 10-46 strings and includes a deluxe gig bag.
The SE Silver Sky | John Mayer Model | PRS Guitars
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5 of 5 Best SE ever. January 23, 2022
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Johnson City, TN United States  
Can't believe PRS made this guitar this good. Never played an American SS but don't know how much better It could be. First thing I noticed is man is this thing light. Owned a lot of Strats and it is lighter than any of them. Craftsman ship from neck to body is flawless. It did need a setup but that was quickly remedied. From the reviews I understand that these pickups were just a little brighter than the American. Don't know but first set of se pickups I've had that I didn't want to immediately replace. Not bright by the way. PRS might regret doing such a good job on this one as it might hurt the sales of the American SS. I would say buy it but good luck finding one.

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