i use a single reed exclusively. I just believe in it and so thats what i use. If u've got a call you are confident with use it, it shouldnt matter, double or single.
But if i can understand ur wanting to switch from dbl to single, infact i did that and i can remember wanting to learn how to use that single, It was like it was just somethin i couldnt do, so i had to learn how to do it
i believe it pays off though, a single reed is a more versitile tool, and if the ducks dont like certain sound ur makin, its easier to produce a completely different sound on a single than a double. With a dbl reed ur basically stuck with a single sound, which may infact be ducky, but somedays that sound wont work and with a double reed ur stuck IMHO
It's an Obsession