The Blackstar FLY 3 Bluetooth Mini Amp is now available with Bluetooth connectivity for music playback. The FLY 3 Bluetooth mini amp retains all the great tone, flexibility of control and features of the original, but the addition of Bluetooth makes it the perfect take anywhere practice amp and MP3 speaker dock. 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.


3 Watt compact mini guitar amp

2 channels – Clean and Overdrive

Patented ISF (Infinite Shape Feature)

Digital ‘tape’ delay effect

MP3 / Line In and Bluetooth functionality for jamming along or listening to music

Emulated Line Out for ‘silent’ practice or recording

3″ speaker producing true Blackstar tones

Battery or DC powered

Revolutionary sonic performance

Matt black tactile finish

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Fly 3 Bluetooth 3-Watt 1x3" Battery-Powered Mini Guitar Combo
Finish
  • Black
Categories
Year
  • 2017 - Present

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