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What's the difference? Fuzz uses components made from specifiic materials that cause a hard but dynamic clipping that brings out nice overtones in your sound. Distortion is the description of a hard clipping in your tone, usually described as the sound of a broken amplifier or speaker. Overdrive is the description of the sound of a naturally broken up tube amplifier. The tubes are pushed with power to create the naturally warm and distorted tone.
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