This is a six-piece percussion instrument made of bamboo poles of various lengths. The top of the pole is open while the bottom is closed with a node. It is played by stomping the bottom of the pole against the ground or on a piece of flatwood on the floor. These are played using the Sillongwat (play after the other) pattern. A variation in sound results when the instrument’s top end is covered as it hits the ground. This instrument is used during traditional baptisms, house blessings, and festivals.