Here you can find many our larger Chinese gongs, starting at 22” up to 52”.22”-24”
The tones here will be higher that the bigger gongs, and there’ll be a quick upswing in note and volume after striking the gong, with the splash coming soon after being struck with hard force. Play it gently, and the tone stays deeper.26”-30”
The sound here will be deeper, with more resonance and sustain. It takes more force and strikes to get a pronounced splash. More overtones become apparent at this size. 26 inches is the smallest size we suggest for meditation or yoga classes. Different mallets yield different sonic flavors.32”-40”
Deeper tones still. And more overtones. Longer sustain. You can find many different notes in the gong when playing it in difference locations and with various mallets. You can get lost in these gongs. These are the gongs of gong baths. These gongs can get very loud if you build them.44” and above
The tones from a gong this size are deep and loud. The gongs themselves weigh a lot. Often they are in the first octave. They resonate through rooms and bodies. They are beyond musical, they are sound.