The Dhol is a large two-headed barrel shaped wooden drum played with 2 sticks, a dagga which is played on the bass side, and a tilli which is played on the treble side. In India the drum skins are traditionally made of goat skin, however in England there have been some modifications, so that the treble is now played by many dhol players with a traditional English drum kit skin. This gives many of them a better sound, and a sharper contrast between the western sound and the traditional eastern sound.