single-reed instrument

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Noun1.single-reed instrument - a beating-reed instrument with a single reed (as a clarinet or saxophone)single-reed instrument - a beating-reed instrument with a single reed (as a clarinet or saxophone)
beating-reed instrument, reed instrument, reed - a musical instrument that sounds by means of a vibrating reed
clarinet - a single-reed instrument with a straight tube
pibgorn, stockhorn, hornpipe - an ancient (now obsolete) single-reed woodwind; usually made of bone
saxophone, sax - a single-reed woodwind with a conical bore
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But the store also offers old-school options, including the Tally Ho, a single-reed mouth call made locally.
A versatile single-reed, the SS rattles cuts and feeders like a hen mallard holding a Tommy gun, but has the control and ease of a double.
With a big porthole for nimbleness during dose-quarter action, this single-reed has plenty of oomph.
These include single-reed signal "trumpets" (such as bicycle or taxi horns), and megaphones or "speaking trumpets.
I had to blare on my Quaker Boy single-reed call to get him to stop, and after settling my 40-yard pin on his vitals, my Shuttle T-Lock-tipped Easton Nano smashed home and he expired in no time.
Single-reed calls have a wider range of tones both on the bottom and top end of the range, making them more versatile, but they are harder to operate and over-blowing will make a squeak or squealing sound that is virtually impossible to make with a double-reed call.
LT: Ironically, you were forced to put aside the clarinet for a number of years because the single-reed woodwind instrument did not fit most of Irakere's repertoire.
Crone); "An Investigation into the Efficacy of Using an Objectively Constructed Rating Scale for the Evaluation of University-Level Single-Reed Juries" (Margin J.
A single-reed with a big bore, the Single Shot is a versatile acrylic that can that the high notes, but also get soft.
And some, like four-time Tennessee state duck calling champion, Bill Cooksey, can mimic the strange sound almost perfectly, using a single-reed mallard call.
The call has a stack design with a single-reed frame stacked on top of a double-reed and the three reeds combined allow versatility and realism in your turkey calling.
For a first call, you can't go far wrong in buying a Haydel's Dr 85 or RL-89 Red Leg Mallard, Big River, Duck Commander, Primos Wench (all double-reed calls) Olt D-2, Sean Mann Championship or Timber Talker, Carlson Volochoke or Roy Rhodes, which are of the single-reed variety.

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