Gongs have a long tradition within the whole of Asia. The Chinese dance of the dragon wouldn't be complete without the introductory tones of the gong.
This instrument can be used at the beginning or end of a ceremony, in harmony with other instruments or simply to emphasize a single moment.
The gongs are made out of brass using traditional methods to form and tune them, ranging in size from the small table gong ( 17 cm diameter) to those barely carryable, and covering all tone levels.


Tam Tam
The tam-tam comes from China. Hit with a hard padded stick this gong produces ist typical metallic vibrating sound. By hitting the gong lightly and quickly the whole range of tones can be heard, right up to the highest which are 'felt' rather than heard.

The Feng-Gong is more thin and light as the traditionel Tam Tam. Because the thin material it swings more and produces faster the overtones.



table gong
Polished brass, available in 3 diameter sizes: 17 cm, 20 cm and 23 cm. Because the thick border the gong has a stabel less-vibrating sound.

stands for gongs
Stand for small gongs up to 20 cm or up to 25 cm diameter, For table gongs or small Feng. Stand for large gongs up to 60 cm diameter.


For order or questions, please contact us!



New calender 2018

At on tour you can see all the festivals and events, where we will be this year with our instruments.

chinese wind-instruments

We have some chinese wind-instruments new in stock: Hulusi, Dizi, Xiao, Bawu

Native indian flute

We have the native Indianflute now in three styles : simple with high pitch, simple with deep pitch and as a doubleflute