The dhol is a traditional South Asian instrument often used at weddings and festivals that involve bhangra music. The drum has a wooden shell and is double ended, and has a rope strap for playing comfort. The metal rings are used for adjusting the tensions of skins. The two heads are opposite pitches – a high pitch, played with the thinner straight stick, known as the ‘tihli’, and a low pitch (bass) which is played which is played with the thicker bent stick, this one is a called a ‘dagga’.
- Unique, vibrant, decorative finish on each drum.
- 9″ & 8″ skins
- Approx 45cm
- Made from Sheesham wood
- Includes integrated rope strap