The reed on a woodwind instrument is what makes the sound that is then amplified through the mouthpiece and the instrument. These thin pieces of bamboo vibrate between the player's lips and the mouthpiece to create a tone. Reeds vary in strength: from gauge 1 right through to 5. The higher the number, the stronger the reed and the stronger the embouchure needed to play it. Stronger reeds create a more accurate tone, but require more experience to play.

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