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Manufacturer's ID: Fly 3 Mini Amp
The FLY 3 is an innovative, cutting edge 3 watt mini amp which combines two channels, tape delay and the Blackstar patented Infinite Shape Feature (ISF) to create the perfect compact and portable guitar amplifier. It packs a punch with big TONE, even at the lowest volumes.
The ISF allows you to infinitely change the sound of your FLY 3, which gives you endless possibilities on the tone of your amp. The FLY 3 also features tape delay effects, allowing you to make your amp output resonate during play.
The FLY 3 also comes with an MP3 / LINE IN jack built in, allowing you to connect to your MP3 player, mobile phone, laptop, tablet etc. and jam along to your favourite tracks; the Emulated Output jack can also be used with headphones. Capable of being battery powered, you can take the FLY 3 with you wherever you go.
You can combine the FLY 3 with the FLY 103 (sold separately) to create a 6 watt guitar amp setup which creates a stereo effect when playing your guitar or listening to your favourite tunes.
A Mini Guitar Amplifier
Tired of moving your large amp around? The FLY 3 combines awesome tone, tape delay effect and ISF controls with a lightweight and compact 3 watt guitar amplifier to give you the perfect mini guitar amp that you can take anywhere.
The FLY 3 is a compact mini amp with big functionality and output - the simple yet comprehensive control set allows you to change the sound of your amp with controls for Gain, Equalisation via the Blackstar patented ISF, Delay Time and Delay Level.
Whether you're looking for your first guitar amp or looking for a portable mini battery powered amp, the FLY 3 is an essential tool for any guitarist - get in touch with your local Blackstar dealer today and get The Sound In Your Head …ON THE FLY.
Battery-Powered Portable Speaker
When you want to take your music with you, the FLY 3 can help you amplify it to the world! With its built in MP3 / LINE IN jack, the FLY 3 can be used with your phone, MP3 player, laptop, tablet, etc. as a portable speaker for your favourite tunes.
Hours of research and development time was given to the FLY 3 and Fly 103 to make sure they give the ultimate sound from a mini amp so when you plug in your phone / MP3 player you get a full-bodied sound that you expect from a top quality speaker. Capable of being battery powered means you can take your FLY 3 with you wherever you go.
The FLY 3 is battery powered and has a competition beating battery life (when set at around half volume) meaning you can listen to your tunes or play your guitar for multiple hours on a single charge. (Single-use batteries included)
Stereo Computer Speakers
When connected to the FLY 103 cabinet (sold separately), you can use the FLY 3 to create a stereo speaker system - perfect for use with your computer and any other device capable of being connected via the FLY 3's MP3 / LINE IN jack. Let the sound from the FLY 3 and FLY 103 surround you as you surf the web!
The stereo setup of the FLY 3 and FLY 103 also sounds great when used with your guitar - you can also jam along to your favourite tracks in stereo when plugging an MP3 player, phone, laptop, tablet, etc. to the FLY 3. Using both the FLY 3 and FLY 103 in conjunction means you have a great sounding stereo mini guitar amp to sit and practice with while jamming to tracks.
Attention to Detail
Rather than just being focussed on its look and compact size and ultimately sacrificing the quality of sound, the FLY 3's unique design delivers the same tonal balance and feel of a larger guitar amp even at very low volumes.
Countless hours were spent on the design of the cabinet to achieve to give a sonic performance not normally found in a mini amp. The housing is sealed and tuned to ensure optimum tonal response and the material used has been mathematically modelled to have the Young modulus of wood. This retains the bass response usually associated with a wooden cabinet.
The use of a full range driver eliminates the need of a sub woofer. This has the benefit of removing the requirement for a crossover and the negative sonic impact that can have. The key part of a guitar's tone occurs in the frequencies that are normally affected by a crossover and for music playback the performance is similar to nearfield monitors.