Geduk is type of drum originating in the north Malaysia. It is a short barrel-shaped double-headed drum and normally found in Malay folk music. It is placed upright facing the player who strikes one skin head with a pair of wooden sticks. The short body is carved from a tree trunk while the cow hide skins are attached to the body with glue and wooden pegs. Geduk is used in pairs in wayang kulit and menora orchestras of north Malaysia. The larger pair is called ibu (mother) and the other is called anak (child).