Large orange-brown glazed terracotta trumpet depicting a ferocious, open-mouth animal can be slated as acoustic instrument. This is a uniquely styled pottery trumpet ending in the form of head of a wild beast probably a Jaguar. Graves in Peru have yielded trumpets of fired clay , sometimes painted or decorated with figures. According to scholars, they were produced with a precise tuning in mind. Trumpets were composed of a straight ceramic tube flaring outward at the end. As panpipes, they are often decorated with supernatural zoomorphic creatures executed with the polychrome slip technique.