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18" Chinese Gongs on High C Stand

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This listing includes the gong of your choice, High C Gong Stand, and a traditional Chinese mallet.


The 18" Atlantis Gong has truly unique and otherworldly tones. It holds a steady, deep tone with highlights of other colorful tones that emerge.

Maybe if we all play our Atlantis Gongs enough we'll get an invitation to the underground cities.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 5 lbs 6 oz


The Atlantis Chau Gong mixes the classic look and feel of the traditional Chau gong with mystique and depth of our exclusive Atlantis gong.

The science of metallurgy and the art of the gongmaker combine to create a gong with differing coloration and varying pockets of harmonics throughout the gong. The classic lathing pattern brings balance and control to the overall sound, making this gong something special that's a must-have for sound alchemists, therapists, healers and musicians.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 5 lbs 6 oz


The 18" Chau Gong, with its iconic bull’s-eye design (created by lathing a band in the middle), is full, deep and delightful. At this size, it can be played both lightly for subtle tones, and strongly for loud awakening tones.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 5 lbs


The 18" Chocolate Drop Gong is a feisty, medium sized gong. It's sound has depth, but some brightness and sparkle. The depth comes from the rim and inner circle of "chocolate" - which is really where the gong was not lathed. The bright parts are where they lathe the gong, like a cymbal and take off the dark parts. The sparkle comes from the shiny part of the gong, for as it looks bright, it also sounds bright.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 5 lbs


The 18" Dark Star Gong is made only for Gongs Unlimited. It is a heavy beast of a gong. It is heavier than a Chau Gong, or other similar gongs of its size. And with this much bronze, you also hear deep deep tones.

While the thickness of metal keeps the Dark Star Gong deep in tone, the lathing of the bronze in the center, brings out an interesting musicality and flow.

In this way the Dark Star differs from the Mother Tesla Gong, which stays moody and crepuscular. The Dark Star is a gong that gives you an adventure in space.

And space time. Take a ride with it.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 5 lbs 6 oz


Bao Gongs, with their raised bump in the middle, known as a bell or nipple, is the Chinese version of other Southeast Asian gongs, those from Thailand, Vietnam and Java. The nipple, when struck, helps create a clear-tone. While Bao Gongs are not tuned, their notes are more obvious and clear than flat Chinese gongs.

The 18” Galactic Bao Gong is a spin on the classic unlathed Bao Gong. It has the addition of concentric rings etched into the face, radiating out from the bell. While this doesn't really have much of an effect on the sound, it sure looks cool! Ride the galactic wave!


The 18" Heng Gong is thicker and heavier than the traditional Chau or Wind Gongs. Where Wind gongs have no rim and splash out sound liberally and Chau Gongs have about an inch of rim that focuses the sound, the Heng has about a 2 inch rim that holds the sound like a lucky gambler gathers up a jackpot!

The thicker bronze holds a deep tone that resounds a long time. Will build to a crash? Sure! But a Heng's strength is the focused tunnel of sound that spirals from the back.

For all of you urban, rural, hip, square, happening gong players out there 'heng', according to the Urban dictionary, means lucky.

Lucky also describes those who are blessed to play or hear this strong, round bearer of sound.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 9 lbs


The 18" Lunar Flare Gong is named after the ring of brightness that appears around the moon in a photo. It embodies the eternal of Earth's only satellite, yet we know the flare only because of today's technology, which made it possible to capture this previously unseen and beautiful phenomenon. It has a deep sound, though not as sharp as its sister, the Solar Flare Gong. The rim focuses the sound, which lingers pleasantly. There's lightness with this gong, like the light from the moon that pierces the thick of night. Deep sound emanates and expands and transforms dark to light.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 5 lbs


The 18" Mother Tesla Gong is designed specifically for Gongs Unlimited. It is an unlathed gong. This is how a gong looks when it comes out of the oven. Most Chinese Gongs have this color when they come out of their cast mold, but then are lathed to create different tones.

The Mother Tesla Gong maintains a deeper tone. It doesn’t crash like a Wind Gong, or even a Chau. The gong can provide a deep tone without a splash/crash. It can get a laser like high note sometimes.

This gong is a great meditative healer.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 5 lbs 6 oz


The 18" Solar Flare Gong lacks a rimmed edge. It is flat on the edge, so those bright shiny layers crash and splash. The darker, unlathed circles of the Solar Flare Gong provide reconnection keep the sound tighter, more grounded.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 4 lbs 10 oz


The 18" Subatomic Gong is marvelous gong that can create marvelous tones and healing vibrations.

The Subatomic creates a mystic tone when struck, with complex overtones. Often, striking it in the different concentric rings will give you a slightly different tone each time, adding to the mystique of these gongs.

For those using it to heal, the Subatomic Gong is wonderful for helping face tough internal issues with aplomb. It helps move those darker energies out. These gongs will allow you to tap into your reserve of strength to heal and grow into a greater person.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 5 lbs


The 18" White Gong is not literally white.

In fact, some also call it the Double Light Gong, by those in China who name gongs, but it is neither a double gong, nor lighter than other gongs of its type, so we do not know why it is so.

This we do know:

The White Gong is similar in design to the Chau style gong. It has a rim to focus the sound. It is fully lathed like the Wind Gong, so you can get a bit of a splash if you want it.

Given the special way the gongmakers make this gong, it gives you a special sound of its own. It is bright sounding, but also has a depth of tone because it has a rim like a Chau Gong. It is as if the Wind Gong and the Chau Gong had a very pretty baby!


The 16" Wind Gong is fully lathed and shiny, with no rim (it is flat on the edge). This design gives the Wind Gong its splashy celebratory tone when struck with a fast attack. The sound will build quickly, allowing you to spread your wings and soar on the winds of joy and wonder.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 4 lbs 10 oz


The Xiang Jia Gong is a beautiful looking and sounding traditional Chinese Gong. Thick, unlathed bronze combined with exceptionally deep rims work together to create mysterious and profound tones. This is a gong that does not crash or splash like a lathed gong. The Xiang Jia gong is about power and presence.

Approximate Weight of Gong: 14 lbs 6 oz

The High C Gong Stand is made especially for Gongs Unlimited. Strong and sturdy, they can hold gongs for kids in classrooms, salespeople in showrooms, and healers in meditation rooms.

This stand is super easy to assemble! No tools are needed as it has feet that you screw in by hand.

Gong Stand Measurements:
Height: 27.5"
Width: 21"
Depth of Feet: 12"

Learn how to assemble this stand with Brennan, the assembly wizard:


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