Reeds may be either single (clarinet, saxophone, etc.) or double (oboe, bassoon. etc.).
I have made lots (scores) of these to obtain different timbres and pitchsets. I consciously chose to make multiple instruments instead of single instruments with multiple functions so that playing them could be more intuitive than reliant on technique and encourage a more “folkmusical” approach generally.
Most of them use Clarinet mouthpieces and few use a Baritone Saxophone mouthpiece or a Soprano Saxophone mouthpiece.
Saxophone was my primary instrument during my late teens and early twenties and I consider reeds the most personal sounding family of instruments –in terms of the waveforms/harmonics they generate they are the closest to those of the human voice and the same instrument will sound fundamentally different when played by a different person. Breath-dependent instruments very naturally tend to bring a more conversational/less mechanical quality to instrumental music, allowing it to be vocal without prompting a listener to expect (and analyze) verbal content.
Some of the reed instruments of anarchestra:
Single Reeds Chilmark-Santa Fe 02-08
Double Reeds Santa Fe-Tucson 05-10
Reeds Chilmark-Santa Fe 01-06
Reeds Tucson 08-10
Reeds (copper and steel) Santa Fe-Tucson 04-08
Low Reeds Chilmark-Santa Fe-Tucson 01-16
Contrabass Coil Tucson 16
DJ Flatus Tucson 12
Not exactly a traditional reed instrument, but . . .