Mojo Hand FX offers “otherworldly sonic textures” with its new Octaverse reverse delay octave pedal

Mojo Hand FX Octaverse
(Image credit: Mojo Hand FX)

After paying tribute to Kurt Cobain’s favorite modulation sounds with the Swim Team chorus/flanger pedal back in April, Mojo Hand FX has further expanded its effects pedal range with the all-new Octaverse.

Touted as a reverse octave delay pedal, this eye-catching new stompbox reverses your electric guitar signal and adds it back into the mix as a delay, which itself can be set to either an octave up or down. 

Hear the device in action in the demo video below.

The Octaverse sports a relatively straightforward control layout, with a push button for toggling the octave of the delay up or down, and a trio of knobs for Mix, Rate and Feedback. 

When set fully clockwise, the Feedback knob offers a “near-infinite amount of repeats” that fade out over several minutes, facilitating the creation of pad-type sounds, Mojo Hand says.

“A wonderfully cinematic and expressive effect used by just a handful of in-the-know guitarists, reverse octave delay can add otherworldly sonic textures to your creative toolkit,” the Texas-based company explains. “The Octaverse adds a new pedal twist to the tools of any ambient musician!”

The Octaverse is available now for $159, and the first 25 units will be serial-numbered with a limited-edition green hand logo. 

To purchase or for more information, head to Mojo Hand FX.

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Sam Roche

Sam was Staff Writer at from 2019 to 2023, and also created content for Total Guitar, Guitarist and Guitar Player. He has well over 15 years of guitar playing under his belt, as well as a degree in Music Technology (Mixing and Mastering). He's a metalhead through and through, but has a thorough appreciation for all genres of music. In his spare time, Sam creates point-of-view guitar lesson videos on YouTube under the name Sightline Guitar.