Today @AllAboutArts will sharing a some tips for beginner guitarist in choosing overdrive pedal effect. Overdrive pedal is probably one of the most used effect pedals, but it is always interesting to discuss among fellow guitarists, because almost never found a guitarist who does not use this pedal. If there is a guitarist who uses a modeler amp or multi-effect, Overdrive pedal features almost always exist in their sound settings.The overdrive pedal is arguably one of the must-have devices, especially for rock guitarists or guitarists who play music today. But the question is, “what’s a good overdrive pedal?” For beginner guitarists, choosing the best overdrive pedal for their needs may be quite difficult, as there are so many models of various brands at varying prices with a variety of reviews that also contains a variety of pros and cons.Therefore, @AllAboutArts want to share information to the beginner guitarist around the overdrive pedal, ranging from what exactly overdrive pedal to its usefulness and also some reference pedals that can be used as a reference for you, beginner guitarists to choose the pedal overdrive.How To Choose Overdrive Pedal ?When choosing an overdrive pedal, it’s good if we see our gear that we use. Starting from guitar to amps that we use. For example, suppose we use the Peavey Classic 30 amp (which has a slightly warm / darker character than the Fender amp) and for the guitars we use the Fender guitar (which overall sounds pretty bright).The combination of these two gear will give us a balance frequency response. Then, what is the role of the overdrive balance? When we want to do a solo, we will need more distortion (for a longer sustain sound) or something that makes our sound a bit more bright in order to penetrate the hustle and bustle of the song arrangement that we’re playing, that’s where the overdrive pedal role was starts.One of the most helpful things in choosing an overdrive pedal is to hear the character of the pedal itself. With the internet, we can easily find videos about the overdrive pedal, and also almost every video will explain what gear he uses. There we can see how the pedals interact with the gear they use. Or one of the easiest ways is to look at the gear used by your favorite guitarist.