- Reed (instrument), a thin strip of cane or similar material which vibrates in wind instruments
- Single-reed instrument, a woodwind instrument that uses only one reed to produce sound
- Double reed instrument, a woodwind instrument that uses two reeds to produce sound
- Reed organ, an organ that generates its sounds using free metal reeds
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