Skervesen Kallisti

Kallisti was designed as classic instrument combined with modern technology and appropriate wood selection. This model is offered in 6- or 7-string version, set-in construction, 22 or 24 stainless frets levelled with 0,04mm accuracy. Scale can be traditional 25,5″ or 25-26″ multiscale. There are three possible layouts of pickups: SSS, HSS and HH. You can also have hard tail or tremolo bridge. Kallisti has also unique feature which is inlaid wooden pickguard with special chambering under it. Pickguard can be made of different wood and also stained differently. Side dots are glowing in the dark Luminlay. All the covers are wooden and handmade.

EMG Pickups
The EMG SLV was custom designed for famed session guitarist and founding member of Toto, Steve Lukather. The SLV is similar to the SAV pickup, but has increased coil windings for a meatier tone and pole pieces, not a bar, hidden under the solid cap for a more uniform look. Steve had played a specially over-wound SA pickup for years, so EMG used the original preamp from the SA and added flat Alnico 5 pole pieces to give the pickup a more tradition string-to-string sound. The result is a noiseless single coil guitar pickup with a classic EMG sound and pole pieces closer to the individual strings for more output and a punchier attack. Swap this pickup in with ease using EMG’s solderless wiring system.


Body: Swamp ash with poplar burl thick top
Neck type: 5-piece, maple / wenge / flame maple center
Fretboard: Black ebony with regular placed custom dots
Frets: Stainless steel Jescar levelled with 0,04mm accuracy, manually polished
Tuners: Gotoh 510 locking
Bridge: Gotoh 510 tremolo
Neck pickup: EMG SLV
Middle pickup: EMG SLV
Bridge pickup: EMG SLV
Pickup switch: 5-way switch
Controls: 1x Volume
Strings: 7 strings, GHS 009-046
Hard Case: Hiscox hard case
Warranty: 2 years
Price: $3,170 (€2,699)
Skervesen Guitars


Skervesen is handmade custom guitar shop. Skervesen offer 18 years of experience in building guitars. They are a group of guitar enthusiasts and their instruments are the result of true passion. Combining traditional luthiery and computer aided design they make the guitars they always wanted to have.