Skervesen is a popular and relatively new custom guitar brand, based in Poland. They offer a wide variety of different guitars ranging from traditional 6-strings all the way up to 10+ string fanned fret monsters!
But what about left handed Skeversen guitars? The great news is that the entire range is available to order left handed at no additional charge. That’s what I like to see!
Skervesen Left Handed Guitars
The image above shows a small selection of the entire range of left handed guitars available at Skervesen. They’re all stunning, right?
As the company is a custom guitar brand you can obviously order any of these guitars in any number of different variations. For example, you can combine any body and headstock combo, choose the number of strings, scale length (including multi-scale!), pick the woods and finish colors. Build your dream axe!
The base price for each model includes hard case, full overall setup, matching headstock, locking tuners, Jescar stainless frets (each manually shaped and polished), Luminlay fluorescent side dots. Finish: acrylic satin (even in high gloss option back and sides are always satin). Binding: ivoroid, black, white, pearl, natural wood, purfling (where possible). Set of Bare Knuckle pickups especially hand made for your build (lifetime warranty), copper-shielded cavity, hand made ebony truss rod cover and ebony headstock strings’ damper.
Skervesen Left Handed Basses
Again, the image above shows a small sample of what is available at Skervesen. Check out the website below to explore all available options.
If you fancy owning your own Skervesen, simply fill in an order form on the website to begin the process. A 40% deposit is required to start your guitar, and build time is roughly 6-7 months at the time of writing.
As soon as you hit the Skervesen website you are greeted with an incredible image of the brand logo alongside a bad-ass mechanical creature that looks like it has just crawled out of the Matrix. Clearly this is a company that puts a lot of effort into their branding!
The guitars are all displayed clearly, and with plenty of high quality images showing them off in their best light. Incidentally, I recommend following Skervesen on their Facebook page for daily updates on their latest builds.
Left handed models aren’t displayed, however a section on their FAQ page addresses left handed availability.
For more information:
Skervesen Guitars Website