The company has unveiled some key updates to its acclaimed John Mayer Silver Sky model, introducing a maple fretboard option, two new colors and - most tantalizingly - a limited-edition run with a stunning, flip-flop "Nebula" finish.
Much buzzed-about for months, the maple-fretboarded Silver Sky will still feature the same 635JM neck shape and 7.25” fretboard radius, and will be offered in a total of eight finish options.
These include the original Frost and Tungsten, plus Dodgem Blue, Golden Mesa, Moc Sand and Orion Green. Midnight Rose and Polar Blue finishes are new for 2020.
The Nebula edition of the Silver Sky, meanwhile, is limited to 500 pieces worldwide. Its polychromatic, "flip-flop" finish is designed to reflect hue and light differently at different angles.
“I’m so excited for this next step in the evolution of the Silver Sky," Mayer said in a statement. "With new body colors, a maple neck variant and a special limited-edition colorway, the spirit of this guitar feels stronger than ever."
There's no word on the price tags for these special Silver Sky models, so do be sure to keep your eye on PRS for more info.