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32" to 38" Paiste Symphonic Gongs on Large Lunaphonic Gong Stand

Unlimited & Paiste

p-SG15032-luna

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This listing comes with gong, stand, and a Chinese mallet. This listing does not include a Paiste Mallet.

Note: The video below is intended as an example of how each Symphonic Gong will sound at each size. The gong in the video is not the exact gong you’ll receive, but a good example of the sound of these gongs. The video may show a gong with a logo or tai loi symbol, even if you selected no logo. Make sure to double-check which items you’ve selected with the drop-down boxes above before you purchase.


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the option that comes without any logo or printing on the face. The presence or absence of a logo or symbols will not affect the overall sound of the gong. In choosing, it all comes down to the overlap of your aesthetic preference and gong availability.


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the style that comes with the classic Paiste logo at the top of the face. The presence or absence of the logo will not affect the overall sound of the gong. In choosing, it all comes down to the overlap of your aesthetic preference and gong availability.


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the Tai Loi style Symphonic Gong. For decades, Paiste has paid homage to the Chinese gong-making tradition by offering some of their Symphonic gongs with the traditional Chinese Tai Loi symbols, which can be roughly translated to English as "The Bad will depart, the Good shall arrive" or more simply, "Happiness has arrived."


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the option that comes without any logo or printing on the face. The presence or absence of a logo or symbols will not affect the overall sound of the gong. In choosing, it all comes down to the overlap of your aesthetic preference and gong availability.


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the style that comes with the classic Paiste logo at the top of the face. The presence or absence of the logo will not affect the overall sound of the gong. In choosing, it all comes down to the overlap of your aesthetic preference and gong availability.


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the Tai Loi style Symphonic Gong. For decades, Paiste has paid homage to the Chinese gong-making tradition by offering some of their Symphonic gongs with the traditional Chinese Tai Loi symbols, which can be roughly translated to English as "The Bad will depart, the Good shall arrive" or more simply, "Happiness has arrived."


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the option that comes without any logo or printing on the face. The presence or absence of a logo or symbols will not affect the overall sound of the gong. In choosing, it all comes down to the overlap of your aesthetic preference and gong availability.


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the style that comes with the classic Paiste logo at the top of the face. The presence or absence of the logo will not affect the overall sound of the gong. In choosing, it all comes down to the overlap of your aesthetic preference and gong availability.


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the Tai Loi style Symphonic Gong. For decades, Paiste has paid homage to the Chinese gong-making tradition by offering some of their Symphonic gongs with the traditional Chinese Tai Loi symbols, which can be roughly translated to English as "The Bad will depart, the Good shall arrive" or more simply, "Happiness has arrived."


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the option that comes without any logo or printing on the face. The presence or absence of a logo or symbols will not affect the overall sound of the gong. In choosing, it all comes down to the overlap of your aesthetic preference and gong availability.


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the style that comes with the classic Paiste logo at the top of the face. The presence or absence of the logo will not affect the overall sound of the gong. In choosing, it all comes down to the overlap of your aesthetic preference and gong availability.


Paiste Symphonic gongs are works of sonic mastery destined for sound healers working with gongs. Their flat, scraped surface meets a dark rim that flows back from the face creating a unique shape. They are hand-hammered from nickel silver in the European gong-making tradition. They are not tuned but tend to fall within a certain range at a given size.

You’ve selected the Tai Loi style Symphonic Gong. For decades, Paiste has paid homage to the Chinese gong-making tradition by offering some of their Symphonic gongs with the traditional Chinese Tai Loi symbols, which can be roughly translated to English as "The Bad will depart, the Good shall arrive" or more simply, "Happiness has arrived."

We’ve paired this amazing Paiste Symphonic Gong with our Lunaphonic Wood Gong Stand. The base of each vertical of this stand is moon-shaped. Two half moons that equal a whole, supporting a big, full moon shaped gong. On this planet, we cannot escape the influence of the Moon. Our lives as spirit are begot from the Sun, but our love and emotions grow thanks to the Moon.

Stand Measurements:
Top Width: 48"
Foot Width: 52"
Height: 55"
Depth: 21.5"



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