The Azor Overdrive Pedal is the first guitar pedal I bought from Azor, As expected this inexpensive pedal is made in China and box says it’s from Caline Technology, although I couldn’t find the pedal on their website. Let’s take a look at the video review and see what kind of sounds we can make with this mini overdrive pedal.
For the demo video, I wanted to keep the review with low priced gear that anyone can afford. I used The Sweet Juice amp modeling preamp with cabinet simulator by Donner, recorded directly in Logic Pro X through a Firewire Focusrite Saffire Pro 40. No other effects or EQ were added in Logic Pro X. I also use the Donner Wave Delay nano pedal briefly near the end of the video.
I used my Made in Mexico Fender Standard Jazzmaster HH guitar for the demo video. The Standard Jazzmaster HH is a unique take on the classic Fender model, producing massive high-gain power and a whole new sonic character from two Blacktop open-coil humbucking pickups. Both the neck and bridge pickups are coil-splitting with one push/pull switch built into the tone knob that leaves the outside coils active.
The Azor Overdrive pedal is great for crunch rock tones as well as lead sounds, the level control really cranks things up making it great for a lead sound with a boost.
Drive, High, Low, and Level controls.
- Transparent and singing low gain overdrive pedal
- Full metal shell
- Very small and compact design
- True bypass switch
The Azor Overdrive comes with one velcro adhesive and one rubber and adhesive to stick on the bottom of the pedal.
Very cool inexpensive good sounding overdrive pedal.
Controls are simple: gain, level and a 2 bands EQ ( hi and low)
The pedal itself is a durable well-built in a metal housing. The on light is under the clear see-through level knob. In a well-lit setting, it might be hard to see it’s on.
Overall I like this overdrive pedal and would recommend it for crunchy rhythm and lead guitar playing.
Where To Buy
You can buy the AZOR Overdrive Guitar Pedal Here