Emanuele Lombardi, Brvmak bassist, is now part of the Overload Family
Emanuele Lombardi active in Brvmak since 2006, he began playing bass at the age of 13 pushed and supported by his older brother. He never had virtuous idols who inspired but he always admired the artist who took care of the sound of his bass making it unique and recognizable as if it were a personal signature.
After several musical projects, which ranged from prog rock, death metal and black metal, it found its size in 2006 upon entering to be part of the BRVMAK in which he collaborates in the drafting of the second work "Captivitas" (2013) and of the third, "In Nomine Patris" (2018).
Emanuele commented on his new gear:
“I'm really happy to be part of this beautiful family that is Overload, Matteo and his entire crew have helped make my little dream come true. I fell in love with the Chrono line and every time I take it I am more and more convinced that I made the right choice to have entrusted myself to Overload for the realization of my bass.
The woodsused (ash, wengè and poplar for the body and maple and wengè for the handle and keyboard) are of rare beauty not to mention the technical aspect and the highly prized manufacture. With my Chrono I really realized how important is the feeling you get with the instrument and with him I can safely say that I have achieved it 100%. with the position of the pickups adopted (EMG Lj at the bridge and Sj at the handle) and the configuration of the right woods I finally found the sound I was looking for a long time. There is not much to say in reality, Overload has exceeded all my expectations both in terms of aesthetics and technique.“