Reverb, the largest online marketplace dedicated to buying and selling new, used, and vintage musical instruments, today announced that Jack White’s Third Man Hardware (TMH) and CopperSound have released a limited-edition white colorway of their White-inspired Telegraph Digital Octave pedal. Celebrating three years of collaboration between the two brands, the limited-edition pedal will only be available for purchase online via Reverb, with a small portion for sale at brick-and-mortar shops.

Released in 2020, the Telegraph Digital Octave effect pedal has both octave up and down functionality, coupled with a high-power processor that promises zero-latency tracking, making it popular with players looking to capture Jack White’s iconic sound.

Numbered to just 300 hand-numbered units, each Telegraph Digital Octave pedal will be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Jack White himself, bringing fans and fellow musicians even closer to the multi-hyphenate artist and entrepreneur.

The release of the limited-edition TMH x CopperSound Telegraph Digital Octave pedal comes on the heels of the Reverb-exclusive, limited-edition yellow variant of TMH’s collaboration with MXR: the Double Down, which launched last December.

To learn more about the three-year anniversary limited-edition Triplegraph from TMH and CopperSound, visit Reverb.