Zander Zon just shared another video he did with Tommy Lee Depp. In this clip, the duo takes Alan Walker’s “Faded” and turned it into an incredible duo bass arrangement.
Until today, I wasn’t familiar with Tones and I’s hit tune, “Dance Monkey.” But Zander Zon changed that with his latest solo bass performance video. In this clip, Zander incorporates multiple instruments to create this arrangement.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Zander Zon grabbed his fretless and put together an amazing arrangement of Bonnie Raitt hit, “I Can’t Make You Love Me.”
Zander Zon wrapped up the first “season” of his Pandora’s Bass series with this video and arrangement of U2’s “With or Without You.”
Zander Zon and Tommy Lee Depp got together for Zander’s “Pandora’s Bass” series, and put together quite a video. This one features not only some incredible tapping but also some great musicianship by both.
Earlier this week, we featured a “Bass Battle” video between Davie504 and Charles Berthoud. Now Zander Zon has thrown his hat in the ring, with an awesome (and hilarious) video he created with Berthoud.
Zander Zon is back with a video he describes as the “2 GREATEST EVER classical pieces... but played on electric bass.” Those pieces include Bach’s “Cello Suite No. 1” and Pachelbel’s “Canon.” As always, he nails it.
We’ve been on the lookout for a new video from Zander Zon, and he just came through with a new, incredible all-bass arrangement. In this clip, Zander takes on the Shawn Mendes & Camilla Cabello tune, “Señorita.”
We can always count on Zander Zon to share something timely, and epic, in the realm of solo bass arrangements. In this clip, Zander takes on something from The Avengers “Endgame” soundtrack.
The new season of Game of Thrones is creating quite a buzz. Leave it to Zander Zon to celebrate with an impressive arrangement of “Light of the Seven,” with his Harp Bass, bass guitar, and some pedals to create a beautiful soundscape.
Zander Zon makes his long-awaited return with another fantastic bass arrangement. Check out this incredible bass arrangement of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
Zander Zon is no stranger to the annual No Treble “reader favorites” list. We first featured Zander in 2009, and his unique approach garnered a lot of attention in the years since. This year, he lands at the #9 slot.