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.
Zander Zon is back with another video featuring his new harp bass, built by Barton Basses. Zander describes this one as “The Most HAUNTINGLY BEAUTIFUL Movie Theme.” His control over the instrument – and the music – is just flat out amazing.
Zander Zon took Alan Walker’s song, “Darkside,” and made it is own with this amazing cover. “I’m tuned CEGE for this one and am using my ebow and loop pedal,” Zander shared. “I’m also doing a lot of percussion on this tune which hopefully sounds cool.” Sounds amazing.
Zander Zon is back with a new video, and this time he’s bringing something quite new. “I’m playing my new 16 String Harp Bass! It has 4 bass strings and 12 harp strings and is the first of its kind,” Zander shared. The instrument is made by Barton Basses. The main melody of this arrangement is “Sound of Silence” by...
Zander Zon goes all out on his newest bass cover video, with his version of James Arthur’s “You Deserve Better.” “Loads of bass, gadgets, pedal distortion and more,” Zander shared. He’s definitely covering a lot of ground!
In this new video, Zander Zon pays tribute to musician, DJ, remixer, and record producer Tim Bergling (better known as Avicii), who died on April 20th. “Avicii inspired millions with his epic arrangements, myself included. He was awesome and will be missed,” Zander shared. Zander chose Avicii’s “The Nights” for his solo bass tribute.
Zander Zon is back with another impressive arrangement of a movie theme. This time, he’s taking more of what he describes as a “Bass Orchestra.” “Even though I’ve done three Hans Zimmer arrangements already (Interstellar, Gladiator & Inception), I thought, hey, why not a fourth?!,” Zander shared. “This theme is called ‘Chevaliers de Sangreal’ and it was actually the city...
Zander Zon loves film scores, and he loves arranging them for solo bass. In this new video, Zander takes on “Misty Mountains” from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’s soundtrack, using his fretless bass and EBow.
A few weeks ago, Zander Zon shared his arrangement of the Elvis Presley tune, “Can’t Help Falling In Love.” That inspired him to tackle another classic: “Unchained Melody.” “My parents grew up [in the sixties], so I heard all these hits as a kid; I always wanted to arrange this one on bass and it works really well in standard...