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Vietnamese Pham Tuan Gongs on Stands

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This listing includes the gong, gong stand, and mallet.

Note: Each gong is handmade by folk artists using traditional, centuries-old methods. Hammer marks or scuffs may appear on the gong. This is not damage or an outlying imperfection, but an indication that each gong is unique.


The 8" Pham Tuan Gong on the High C Gong Stand

These Vietnamese Pham Tuân Gongs are made by workers of bronze in Vietnam. They are a Cong Gong, which means they have a "bell" or "nipple" that focuses the tone of the gong. The tone comes from the center bell and is clarion and healing. They ring out in a bell-like way without crashing. These small gongs have a higher tone to break through fog.

But who is Pham Tuân and why bang his gong?

Well, he joined the Vietnam People’s Air Force in 1965, during that time when the USA was focused on messing with the politics and property of Vietnam.

The Vietnamese Communists claimed Tuân was the first Vietnam Pilot to shoot down an American B-52 bomber, but the United States Military claimed that B-52s were brought down only by surface-to-air missiles. Who knows in the fog of war?!

All Gongs Unlimited knows is we want to end this fog. Wars are not healthy for people or gongs! Use that metal for guns to make musical instruments! Then the only wars we will have will be the Battles of the Bands!

Our High C Gong Stands were made especially for Gongs Unlimited because we were tired of crappily made gong stands which created unhappy people, for those old stands that used to be sold around the world were not balanced or not strong for small gongs.

It is super easy to assemble. No tools needed!

Stand Measurements:
Height: 15”
Width: 11”
Depth of Feet: 10”

Watch our stand assembly master Sara as she walks you through it:



The 8" Pham Tuan Gong on My Little Pagoda Gong Stand

These Vietnamese Pham Tuân Gongs are made by workers of bronze in Vietnam. They are a Cong Gong, which means they have a "bell" or "nipple" that focuses the tone of the gong. The tone comes from the center bell and is clarion and healing. They ring out in a bell-like way without crashing. These small gongs have a higher tone to break through fog.

But who is Pham Tuân and why bang his gong?

Well, he joined the Vietnam People’s Air Force in 1965, during that time when the USA was focused on messing with the politics and property of Vietnam.

The Vietnamese Communists claimed Tuân was the first Vietnam Pilot to shoot down an American B-52 bomber, but the United States Military claimed that B-52s were brought down only by surface-to-air missiles. Who knows in the fog of war?!

All Gongs Unlimited knows is we want to end this fog. Wars are not healthy for people or gongs! Use that metal for guns to make musical instruments! Then the only wars we will have will be the Battles of the Bands!

The My Little Pagoda Stand is made of pine wood and finished with a light stain. It has a simple, focused design. It is the latest little craze in the table-top gong stand world, stealing the hearts and minds of children and adults alike.

Stand Measurements:
Height 14.6" / 37 cm
Width: 13.8" / 35 cm
Base Depth 3.9" / 10 cm




The 10" Pham Tuan Gong on the High C Gong Stand

These Vietnamese Pham Tuân Gongs are made by workers of bronze in Vietnam. They are a Cong Gong, which means they have a "bell" or "nipple" that focuses the tone of the gong. The tone comes from the center bell and is clarion and healing. They ring out in a bell-like way without crashing. These small gongs have a higher tone to break through fog.

But who is Pham Tuân and why bang his gong?

Well, he joined the Vietnam People’s Air Force in 1965, during that time when the USA was focused on messing with the politics and property of Vietnam.

The Vietnamese Communists claimed Tuân was the first Vietnam Pilot to shoot down an American B-52 bomber, but the United States Military claimed that B-52s were brought down only by surface-to-air missiles. Who knows in the fog of war?!

All Gongs Unlimited knows is we want to end this fog. Wars are not healthy for people or gongs! Use that metal for guns to make musical instruments! Then the only wars we will have will be the Battles of the Bands!

Our High C Gong Stands were made especially for Gongs Unlimited because we were tired of crappily made gong stands which created unhappy people, for those old stands that used to be sold around the world were not balanced or not strong for small gongs.

It is super easy to assemble. No tools needed!

Stand Measurements:
Height: 17”
Width: 12”
Depth of Feet: 10”

Watch our stand assembly master Sara as she walks you through it:



The 10" Pham Tuan Gong on the Woodsonic Gong Stand

These Vietnamese Pham Tuân Gongs are made by workers of bronze in Vietnam. They are a Cong Gong, which means they have a "bell" or "nipple" that focuses the tone of the gong. The tone comes from the center bell and is clarion and healing. They ring out in a bell-like way without crashing. These small gongs have a higher tone to break through fog.

But who is Pham Tuân and why bang his gong?

Well, he joined the Vietnam People’s Air Force in 1965, during that time when the USA was focused on messing with the politics and property of Vietnam.

The Vietnamese Communists claimed Tuân was the first Vietnam Pilot to shoot down an American B-52 bomber, but the United States Military claimed that B-52s were brought down only by surface-to-air missiles. Who knows in the fog of war?!

All Gongs Unlimited knows is we want to end this fog. Wars are not healthy for people or gongs! Use that metal for guns to make musical instruments! Then the only wars we will have will be the Battles of the Bands!

The Woodsonic Gong Stand embodies stylish simplicity in every fibre of its construction. In addition to being easy on the eyes, the stand offers ease of assembly and display. The tabula rasa/zen koan quality of the Woodsonic Stand means that it emphasizes the 10” Vietnamese Pham Tuan Gong in a pleasing way. Pham Tuan approves!

Stand Measurements:
Height: 16.5”
Width: 16”
Depth of Base: 5”
Center Space: 14” x 14”




The 10" Pham Tuan Gong on My Little Pagoda Gong Stand

These Vietnamese Pham Tuân Gongs are made by workers of bronze in Vietnam. They are a Cong Gong, which means they have a "bell" or "nipple" that focuses the tone of the gong. The tone comes from the center bell and is clarion and healing. They ring out in a bell-like way without crashing. These small gongs have a higher tone to break through fog.

But who is Pham Tuân and why bang his gong?

Well, he joined the Vietnam People’s Air Force in 1965, during that time when the USA was focused on messing with the politics and property of Vietnam.

The Vietnamese Communists claimed Tuân was the first Vietnam Pilot to shoot down an American B-52 bomber, but the United States Military claimed that B-52s were brought down only by surface-to-air missiles. Who knows in the fog of war?!

All Gongs Unlimited knows is we want to end this fog. Wars are not healthy for people or gongs! Use that metal for guns to make musical instruments! Then the only wars we will have will be the Battles of the Bands!

The My Little Pagoda Gong Stand is made of pine wood and finished with a light stain. It has a simple, focused design. It is the latest little craze in the table-top gong stand world, stealing the hearts and minds of children and adults alike.

Stand Measurements:
Height 14.6" / 37 cm
Width: 13.8" / 35 cm
Base Depth: 3.9" / 10 cm




The 12" Pham Tuan Gong on the Woodsonic Gong Stand

These Vietnamese Pham Tuân Gongs are made by workers of bronze in Vietnam. They are a Cong Gong, which means they have a "bell" or "nipple" that focuses the tone of the gong. The tone comes from the center bell and is clarion and healing. They ring out in a bell-like way without crashing. These small gongs have a higher tone to break through fog.

But who is Pham Tuân and why bang his gong?

Well, he joined the Vietnam People’s Air Force in 1965, during that time when the USA was focused on messing with the politics and property of Vietnam.

The Vietnamese Communists claimed Tuân was the first Vietnam Pilot to shoot down an American B-52 bomber, but the United States Military claimed that B-52s were brought down only by surface-to-air missiles. Who knows in the fog of war?!

All Gongs Unlimited knows is we want to end this fog. Wars are not healthy for people or gongs! Use that metal for guns to make musical instruments! Then the only wars we will have will be the Battles of the Bands!

The Woodsonic Gong Stand embodies stylish simplicity in every fibre of its construction. In addition to being easy on the eyes, the stand offers ease of assembly and display. The tabula rasa/zen koan quality of the Woodsonic Stand means that it emphasizes the 10” Vietnamese Pham Tuan Gong in a pleasing way. Pham Tuan approves!

Stand Measurements:
Height: 16.5”
Width: 16”
Depth of Base: 5”
Center Space: 14” x 14”




The 14" Pham Tuan Gong on the Au Courant Gong Stand

These Vietnamese Pham Tuân Gongs are made by workers of bronze in Vietnam. They are a Cong Gong, which means they have a "bell" or "nipple" that focuses the tone of the gong. The tone comes from the center bell and is clarion and healing. They ring out in a bell-like way without crashing. These small gongs have a higher tone to break through fog.

But who is Pham Tuân and why bang his gong?

Well, he joined the Vietnam People’s Air Force in 1965, during that time when the USA was focused on messing with the politics and property of Vietnam.

The Vietnamese Communists claimed Tuân was the first Vietnam Pilot to shoot down an American B-52 bomber, but the United States Military claimed that B-52s were brought down only by surface-to-air missiles. Who knows in the fog of war?!

All Gongs Unlimited knows is we want to end this fog. Wars are not healthy for people or gongs! Use that metal for guns to make musical instruments! Then the only wars we will have will be the Battles of the Bands!

The Au Courant Gong Stand is current, cutting edge, and fashionable! Circular objects are pleasing in their suggestion of softness and in the way they mirror familiar objects found in the natural world—like our planet when Pham Tuan waved hello from space.

Stand Measurements:
Height: 20”
Width at Diameter: 19”
Width at Base: 14”
Depth of Base: 4”



WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

This warning applies to the gong stands.



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