Results for: Reed

In Environmental Issues

What are reeds?

Reeds were used for making houses back in the Mesopotamian time. They were the most common items used to build homes. Reeds are also used with clarinets.It is an object used (MORE)
In Definitions

What is the meaning of reed?

1. the straight stalk of any of various tall grasses, especially of the genera Phragmites and Arundo, growing in marshy places. 2. any of the plants themselves. 3. such (MORE)
In Musical Instruments

What are reeds used for?

A reed is a small wedge of wood, or sometimes plastic, used ininstruments like the saxophone, clarinet, and oboe. The reedattaches to the mouthpiece of the instrument where th (MORE)
In Musical Instruments

What is a reed?

A reed is a small piece of wood that woodwinds need to play their instruments. It is store bought and cost only about $2. You should replace reeds about every 2-3 weeks. It co (MORE)
In Clarinet

Does a charinet have a reed?

Yes. There are different sizes and different flavors. . there are many different reed sizes;size, which in this case means density a 2 1/2 would be ideal for a begginer. (MORE)
In Bagpipes

Does a bagpipe have a reed?

Yes. A cane reed is at the top of the chanter. Air passes over it from the bag, producing an enormous sound from such a tiny bit of cane!
In Musical Instruments

What are saxophone reeds?

A saxophone reed is a piece of bamboo placed on the mouth piece. It vibrates as you blow in, making noise, therefore you could not play without a reed. You have it mostly (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is reed count?

Type yo Dents Per Inch (DPI) On a reed, the number of spaces in one inch. ur answer here...
In Hobbies & Collectibles

What is reeding?

A form of ribbed decoration. I know that in the minting of coins a reeded edge is used on the dime, quarter, half-dollar, and Susan B. Anthony dollar coin..
In Musical Instruments

What reed is a bagpipeis it a single reeddouble reed or free reed?

There are many kinds of bagpipes, and variations in what type of reed is employed for each function. Using the Highland Bagpipe as an example, though, the Chanter reed (which (MORE)