So now that this is a thing, we might as well start calling it by it's name. Here are some notes I took during our very detailed meeting with Paul as he described the Silver Sky and why he did what he did. Name: Silver Sky Colors: Onyx, Tungsten, Horizon, Frost Body: Alder (2 or 3 pieces) Polyester base coat, Acrylic urethane top coat. (Standard for PRS) Body shape inspired by DC3 and tradition Scoop/finger carve: different color than rest of guitar body Neck: Maple (scarf joint) Nitrocellulose Finish Fretboard: Indian Rosewood (Slab board) Scale length: 25.5” Nut: Bone, Width: 1 21/32”, width at body: 2 7/32”, Depth at nut: 53/64” Radius: 7.25” String Gauge: 10-46 Fret Wire: Tall/Narrow. Similar to Dunlop 6230 Neck shape: “JM” Carve. Between C & D. (Flat back - wide shoulders) Inlays: Small Birds (synthetic) Headstock: Upside down PRS, with kick-out on treble side for better access. Pickups: PRS 635 JM proprietary Single Coil. Output: 6.4k Middle pickup reverse polarity for hum cancelling All three pickups same specs Switching: 5 Way (traditional-style) Volume (Master), Tone (Neck/Middle), Tone (Bridge pickup) Pots: 300k volume, 250K Tone Bridge: All Steel. PRS Gen III-style plate, bent steel saddles Gen III Knife Edge Screws Same size screws as Gen III: height adjustment, intonation, trem arm screw. Tuners: PRS Vintage-Style Locking w/ nickel cap screws Pick Guard: White/Black/White Truss Rod: PRS Dual action Jack: Molded Zinc, Nickel plated. Extra talking Points: Paul guaranteed John that every guitar we make will sound as good as the guitars we built for John. String Spacing is slightly wider than typical PRS spacing, but narrower than F spacing First 500 ship in case with metal plate screwed to lid (lottery). All other will ship in gig bag. No finish inside pickup routes so that the wood can breathe over time.