Years ago we shared a video by Zander Zon performing his bass arrangement of Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway To Heaven”. He’s back with an all-new version, using a fretless (and fretted) bass and taking things to a whole new level.
Zander Zon just released his latest video, and it’s as impressive as always. Using fretless and fretted basses, an E-Bow, pedals, and altered tunings, here’s his arrangement of the theme from “Halo”.
It’s been a couple of months since we’ve seen a video by Zander Zon, but he’s back with another stunning one. Here’s Zander’s bass arrangement of Louis Armstrong’s “What A Wonderful World”.
It has been a while since we’ve seen a video by Zander Zon, but he’s back. In this clip, Zander performs his solo bass take on “Wellerman” on his 5-string Dingwall.
Zander Zon has a new Dingwall Combustion 5-String bass, and he decided to put it to good use with his latest video. In this clip, Zander performs his incredible solo bass arrangement of John Denver’s hit tune, “Take Me Home, Country Roads”.
Zander Zon has returned with another terrific solo bass arrangement. In this clip, he performs a variation of Linkin Park’s “In The End”.
Charles Berthoud and Zander Zon have teamed up together again to create one ultimate bass video. “The One” is a tune that morphs from one technique to the next: one finger, one fret, one string, one technique, and more.
Zander Zon is back with another stunning solo bass performance. This time, he takes on James Horner’s “The Princess Pleads For Wallace’s Life” from “Braveheart”.
Zander Zon is back with an incredible new bass arrangement, and a return to an instrument we haven’t seen in a while: his harp bass. In this clip, Zander performs his arrangement of “The Wayfaring Stranger” from “1917” on the 16 string beast.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a video by Zander Zon, but he’s back with a new and incredible bass arrangement. In this one, Zander takes on “He’s a Pirate” from the “Pirates of the Caribbean” soundtrack.
In this new video, Zander Zon pays tribute to composer, orchestrator, conductor, and trumpet player Ennio Morricone, who passed away in July. Check out Zander’s solo bass performance of “The Ecstasy of Gold” from “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.”
Zander Zon has a new Mayones bass, and so he’s changing things up with this new video. Strung with regular strings (vs. his typical piccolo bass set-up), we get to hear one of his incredible bass arrangements with a new sound.