Electro-Harmonix OD Glove Overdrive/Distortion

Overdrive/Distortion Pedal for Guitar with Wide Distortion Range, Mid-boost Switch, Tone Control, and Switchable 9V/18V Internal Operation
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Harmonically Rich, Wide Ranging Overdrive

Slap your amplifier with the electro-harmonix OD Glove overdrive pedal for guitar tone that's biting and defined. There's no tonal mud here - MOSFET semi-conductors give the OD Glove a harmonically rich sound with a surprisingly wide distortion range. Even when you've got the gain dimed and the mid-boost switch engaged, you can clean your tone up to a whisper with just your guitar's volume knob. And with an internal 9V/18V switch, you can even adjust the feel of the electro-harmonix OD Glove overdrive pedal.

Electro-harmonix OD Glove Overdrive Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Overdrive pedal that ranges from completely clean to full-on distortion
  • Designed to give you the feel of an old Plexi amplifier with EL34 power tubes
  • MOSFET semi-conductors provide harmonically rich overdrive tones
  • Tone Shift switch boosts mids for richer tone
  • 9V/18V switch lets you choose a looser, more compressed sound or a tighter, more focused tone
  • True bypass design to keep your tone intact
  • 9V battery operation

The EHX OD Glove overdrive pedal turns your tone into a slap in the face!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Overdrive/Distortion
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2"
Width 2.2"
Depth 4.3"
Weight 0.55 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number OD Glove

Customer Reviews

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The Glove fits

I purchased the Glove from Sweetwater and it does sound like an overdriven Marshall amp. I used it at a gig and it performed like a champ. Very smooth distortion for leads and chords. I have several overdrives and distortion pedals including a Fulltone Plimsoul, T-Rex Yellow Drive, Digitech Distortion Factory and Bad Monkey as well as a T-Rex Totenshlager. The Glove sounds great through a clean amp and gets the job done nicely. I recommend!

Beautiful Pedal

EH did a fantastic job with the OD Glove. A wide variety of distortion is what you get with this one. Simply put, if you use this pedal with the clean channel on your amp and you want a dirty sound this will deliver. Unlike so many distortion pedals, the OD Glove will retain it's beautiful, thick overdriven distortion at high volume levels. No shrill, no loss of it's full spectrum of tone. If you are looking for a pedal to push your already overdriven amp, this isn't it.
Music background: Big Shot

More distortion than overdrive

People give this pedal a bad rating at times because they bought it as an overdrive pedal. I watched a few demo's and realized that it was more of a distortion pedal than an overdrive so I bought it with that in mind. To me it sounds like an older Marshall, I had a JCM 800 at one time and this is like it, without all the hum and feedback. I love this pedal. I run it behind the East River Drive which I use for my Overdrive. Run it on the 18V setting and treat it as a distortion pedal and you will not be disappointed, plus the price is incredible.
Music background: experienced guitar player


Exactly what I was looking for. Great little pedal. Sweet OD to nasty distort. I can set the eq up on it and use the guitar vol. Very nice and great sweetwater team also (as always)


Very good pedal. A&B the Glove and it's a want to be to the cream colored compulsive one. If you know what I mean. However that being said when I A&B the two I heard a difference not in tone but in sustain. The tone is almost identical from what I could here. When I set both pedals with the same settings the compulsive one had just a little more sustain. Just a little. Sustain variance was clocked in approximately 2-3 seconds longer for the the compulsive one. Added a little more gain on the Glove and the sustain was closley matched. The cost for the Glove is hard to pass up. Honestly I was very impressed with the Glove. It sounds very good. I would recommend this to any musician at any level to save money and have a very good sound.
Music background: Hobbyist
See also: Distortion Pedals, Electro-Harmonix, Electro-Harmonix Distortion, Overdrive, Boost & Fuzz