Budget gong betares with felt heads and cane handles
Large gong mallet with wood handle and fluffy woollen head - available in three sizes
The MEINL Sonic Energy Gong Polish is designed exclusively for cleaning the surface of a gong. It’s a combination of two cleaners; a concentrated liquid cleaner and the original MEINL polishing emulsion
Simple black padded gong bags with webbing carry straps, available in various sizes
Special made bags to protect the gongs / tam tams during transportation. Soft inner material prevents gongs from scratches.
The MEINL Gong Mallets have been crafted to empower gong players to create a wide range of dynamics on each gong from a quiet whisper to the loudest roar.
The handles of the mallets are designed for comfortable playing while the head has been engineered for the best possible sound.
A beautifully made gong stand in Beech Wood. This well made stands is suitable for larger gongs up to 14" diameter
The MEINL Gong Resonant Mallets are designed to create therapeutic and atmospheric gong sounds, similar to whale-singing. Due to the specially treated rubber balls, higher and lower tonesthan those from standard mallets. Use the smaller diameter mallets to produce the higher tones. To achieve the lower tones use the larger ones. The five mallet set ranges from 20mm (0.8") up to 50mm (2").
A beautifully made gong stand in Beech Wood. This well made stands is suitable for larger gongs up to 18" diameter
A beautifully made gong stand in Beech Wood. This well made stands is suitable for larger gongs up to 22" diameter
Wind Gong or Feng Luo - a flat style of gong with plain brassy appearance. Supplied with suspension cord and beater. Various sizes available
Chinese style Tam Tam or Chau Gongs made with thick metal for a huge crashing sound
Study gong stand for large gongs (up to 65cm diameter).
Sturdy but frameless Gong stand which allows greater access to the side of the instrument for the player. Suits gongs up to 32" diameter
Allow 5-7 days for delivery
- Gongs come in many guises from the flat, dark-toned tam tam, through the shimmering wind gongs to the startling splashes of the Chinese opera gongs
- Smaller ones can be hand held but the larger will require one of the specially designed gong stands