The Blackstar Fly 3 Bluetooth Amplifier offers quality tone in a small package for the bedroom musician. This model features Bluetooth connectivity to play music wirelessly from your smartphone or tablet. The 3'' speaker produces 6 watts of tonally rich, volume friendly sound. MP3 input and Emulated/Headphones output make this amp a great guitar practice amp or a powerful MP3 speaker dock. The Fly 3 amplifier is ideal for student musicians wanting to plug their guitar in without worrying about volume loudness.
The Blackstar Fly 3 is a compact mini amp that combines two channels, Infinite Shape Feature (ISF) and a tape delay. The ISF is patented by Blackstar and gives you endless possibilities when it comes to shaping your tone. The Fly 3 also features tape delay effects that make your amp output resonate during play.
The MP3/Line In jack allows you to connect your MP3 player, mobile, laptop or tablet and play along with your favourite tunes. This battery or AC powered amp can be combined with the the Fly 103 cabinet to create a 6 watt guitar amp set-up that creates a stereo effect.
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.
The battery powered Fly 3 is a great way to take your music with you wherever you go. The Fly 3 can be used with your devices as a portable speaker for your favourite tunes. When you plug in your phone / MP3 player you get a full-bodied sound that you expect from a top quality speaker. The Fly 3 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.
The housing on the Fly 3 is sealed and tuned to ensure optimum tonal response and the material used has been mathematically modeled 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 has the benefit of removing the requirement for a crossover and the negative sonic impact that crossover can have on guitar tones. PC monitors usually have a sub-woofer which can muddle up the guitar tone, while near-field monitor have a crossover in the 2 3kHz region which is where the key part of a guitar's overdrive tone occurs.
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.
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