I don't know a better way to put it than, it all depends.
Take a couple of calls for example
I have a buck Gardner Fowl Mouth and Fowl Mouth 2 - I cannot do a decent feeder on these to save my life. So, they sit on a shelf.
My RNT QUackhead J-Frame on the other hand, does terrific feed calls.
Both are double reed calls to my knowledge.
I also have two older, wood Lohman calls...couldn't tell you what they are for model...they do excellent feeders as well...and are single reeds. I have another wooden call dating from the 60's (brand unknown) that is an easy blow and a good feeder.
Finally, I have a C&S call from a local call-maker....wooden...double reed that does a great call,m but it's feeders are not exactly what I would prefer for ease of use.
The best thing to do is to pick up some calls, give them a try. The staff at most places will talk you through calls, tell you what customers usually buy, what the saleperson themselves prefer and hopefully steer you to something that will "fit" you best.
Everyone has a little different opinion of what works better, single or couble reeds, brand X or brand Y. You need to take the time and find what works for you...but there is no reason you can't base your decision on what others say.
Personally, I would not set my sights on a call that is less than 25 dollars, you will be let down. (unless its on sale for a killer price)