#2
This question has been asked so many times... Overdrive is typically... less distorted? than distortion... kind of... except... still.... distorted. I think I cleared it up.
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#3
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#4
most of the time overdrive is included in an amp itself as the overdrive channel and is generally less distorted than a distortion pedal

so yeh distortion is more distorted than an overdrive, but sometimes overdrive gives it a little more tone than a distortion
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#5
when you use overdrive, you kinda "hear" the guitar with a combination of clean sound an gain.

when you use a distortion pedal, and a cranked up amp, you are unlikely to hear the guitar tone, and if you put all eqs and tone pots down, you hear just frequency, with no guitar sound at all.

don't blame me if i didn't explain well