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- v. Simple past of overdrive.
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The next one he overdrove, and the flake split away and he lost that piton, too.
The max depth of the Hippo chorus sort of overdrove the moogerfooger delay, especially on the loop feedback & gain (there's a multiplication effect there that could shred speakers), said overdrive creating a sort of vaguely pulsating & irregular rumbling undertone like a time-modulated distortion (hmm, see if Zachary Vex might do a Seek-Fuzz?)
There was something like a confirmation but it was such a thunderous roar that it overdrove the speakers.
When Keselowski overdrove Turn 1 and bumped Edwards out of the lead, the hometown favorite saw only one way the race could end fairly.
I felt that I overdrove the car a little and wasn't able to improve, which was frustrating.
The fact is, they overdrove her at starting; we shall catch 'em yet. "
I overdrove the heck out of it, I threw it off probably three or four times hustling it, but third was the best we could do today. "