- Kanjeng Kyai Hageng Monggang
This is the highest position of Gamelan Pusaka in the Palace. Originally it is from the Kingdom of Majapahit. Its other name is Kyai Denggung Banten.
- Kanjeng Kyai Keboganggang and Kanjeng Kyai Gunturlaut
It is also important Gamelan heirloom, after Kanjeng Kyai Hageng Monggang. They are played for Kodokngorek.
- Kanjeng Kyai Surak
It is played to accompany the soldier's training. It appears also during Garebeg Mulud.
- Kanjeng Kyai Guntur Madu and Kanjeng Kyai Nagawilaga
They are popularly called Gamelan Sekati. K.K. Gunturmadu is from Majapahit K.K. Nagawilaga is its duplicate, made by Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono I.
- Kanjeng Kyai Guntursari
It is always played in Pagelaran.
- Kanjeng Kyai Kancil Belik to accompany Kanjeng Kyai Surak
It was found during the war by Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono I, before his coronation as Sultan of Yogyakarta.
- Kanjeng Kyai Meyek
It is a small Kendang to be played together with K.K. Gunturmadu to accompany Langenastra soldier's marching.
(Suryo S. Negoro)