Using the Digitech Tone Driver Overdrive is really easy and anyone who has any experience with any sort of guitar pedal won’t have any troubles at all with this. As long as you understand what each parameter on the pedal does, its manipulation is very simple. The pedal has knobs for level, tone, gain, and morph, providing enough control over your tone.
The overall sound quality heard from the Digitech Tone Driver Overdrive is pretty decent, but isn’t anything above average in my opinion. It comes off a bit too tinny and doesn’t have a full enough sound for the type of sound that I usually go for. This being said, the pedal is certainly usable and is fine for messing around and practicing with, I just wouldn’t use it for recording as I have other options that I would rather use that sound better than this pedal. It is suitable for just about any type of music that you would want to use some overdrive with, but works best for punk rock and harder types of rock music. While the sound of the Digitech Tone Driver Overdrive isn’t up to par with other options I have, it has a decent enough tone that it is suitable for beginners and intermediate players.
I’ve been using the Digitech Tone Driver Overdrive for a couple of years and can’t really say that I would wholeheartedly recommend this pedal. It isn’t all that bad sounding but doesn’t sound too professional. The price is the best part about this unit as it is dirt cheap that makes it a viable option for players on all budgets. If you are looking for a cheap overdrive pedal, the Digitech Tone Driver Overdrive isn’t amazing, but is fine for the price.