Compared to the Copper Serpent, this Tenor Trombone does look more traditional in design by comparison. However, this brass instrument's design alone still screams out a bit of uniqueness, considering that this design and structure altogether does not fit the description of a standard trombone. Most brass instruments in terms of design, usually have only one bell on it, while this one sports around seven. Not only that, but this trombone doesn't seem to support a traditional slider to it as well. It almost looks as though it would pass off more as a type of tuba, or french horn instead. In terms of color, this trombone doesn't seem to sport the same kind of golden shine that most brass instruments have. It seems to have more of a grittier, worn down bronze color, although its not farfetched to see most brass instruments like this as a natural color.