I had the fantastic opportunity to play my Experibass on Hans Zimmer's score for "Sherlock Holmes", the new Guy Ritchie's film. I'm one of the featured soloists.

Hans really loved the pounding tonal grooves and aggressive depth of the basses I was playing on the Experibass and asked me to go full scale with all those techniques I was showing in the original video. I didn't stop there though, I also experimented with new techniques that were coming up to my mind while playing on his tracks.

A big thanks goes to my friends Daniel Holter (photo on the left) and Russell Emanuel (photo on the right) for passing my video and make the connection happens.
Working with Hans Zimmer and his team has been great and I'd like to thank them for this amazing experience. I've been a fan of his music for a long time and I felt honored when he called me to play on the score of Sherlock Holmes.
Credit for the pictures taken with Hans Zimmer goes to Pete 'Oso' Snell. Thanks Pete!
Here's a video where Hans and I are talking about the different techniques and tools I used on the Experibass.
This is the original video I made with my Experibass:
Back to Top