Kentongan is a tool made of bamboo or carved teak wood. As a communication tool in ancient times the tube-shaped and circular clusters with a hole intentionally chiseled in the middle to create sounds that are very loud and loud when hit. The size of the clappers varies greatly, ranging from a diameter of 40 cm and a height of 1.5 M – 2 M. Kentungan is often identified as an ancient communication tool that is often used by residents who live in rural and mountainous areas. Besides clappers are also used as alarm signals, long-distance communication signals, call to prayer, as well as signs of danger or disaster. Since the past until now the clappers are used as a patrolling tool to notify thieves or natural disasters. In rural communities, clappers are often used when the mosque is small or as a community call to the mosque when the prayer time has arrived. Kentungan with sound that is unique, unique and a unique game becomes a source of certain markers for the surrounding community. Kentungan still many we encounter in modern society, but the function of clappers as a traditional communication tool has a number of shortcomings that cause displacement of clappers with modern technology. The use of simple clappers and a narrow range of voices causes clappers to not be the main communication tool in today’s modern world.