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Electric Guitar Combo with Extension Cabinet

Electric Guitars Combo Blackstar 3 Mini Amp

  • Power: 3 W
  • Speaker components: 3" Speaker
  • 2 Channels
  • Integrated delay
  • AUX input
  • Patented ISF tone control
  • Headphone and recording output with speaker simulation
  • Colour: Black
  • Includes a power supply

Blackstar FLY 3 Extension Cabinet

  • Turns the Blackstar FLY 3 into a 6 W stereo setup
  • Power: 3 W
  • Speaker components: 3" Speaker
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 17.5 x 13.6 x 10.7 cm
  • Weight: 1 kg
  • Colour: Black

Note: The extension cabinet cannot be connected separately to the PC.

Power 6 W
Speaker 2x 3"
Channels 2
Reverb No
Effects Processor Yes
External FX Loop No
Line Input Yes
Recording Output Yes
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker No
Headphone Output Yes
Footswitch connection No
Incl. Footswitch No
Weight 2,0 kg
available since January 2015
Item number 350402
Speaker size 2x 3"
Line input 1
Headphone connection 1
Battery Operation in hours 20 h
Weight in kg 2,0 kg
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The best mini amp out there
I.A. 16.01.2018
I needed a small amp to put on my desk, but all the mini amps I knew of had a very bad sound. This one is different. The sound it produces with such a small speaker is stunning and impressively loud. I highly recommend that you get this bundle with the second speaker. It brings the sound quality to another lever.
It has two channels and both sound very nice. The clean channel is balanced an full and the distortion channel can produce very nice rock and lead tones.
This amp has a one knob tone control called ISF that controls the mid scoop (make is sound more British or American) instead of the usual TONE knob that cuts treble or bass one at the time. This is in my opinion more useful and you can have great and distinct tones all through the knob range.
It doesn?t have an effects loop so you may not get the best results when using modulation or time based effects but, it has a built in delay with two parameters (Time and Level) which is great and a big improvement over one parameter delays that you can find in some much expensive and powerful amps.
You can use it to listen to music by connecting a MP3 player to the Line In jack or use it to play along with your favorite band. You can also record or connect it to a mixing table to gig on bigger venues.
Can be powered with the included power adapter or with batteries, however they don?t last many hours, as expected.
The box is plastic, but it doesn?t feel too cheap. The aux speaker output is not standard so, you can only connect a speaker other than the bundled one if you know some basic electronics and build a custom cable yourself.
Bottom line, this is the best mini amp that I know of.
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awesome!!!
Anonymous 28.03.2015
I was already a fan of blackstar, way before they got into these bedroom rockers. I really can not believe the tone you get out of these tiny speakers! they stepped up to the plate here to try and compete with the rest of the micro amp crew. everyone knows the roland micro cube is the industry standard now for micro amps so you gotta beat that if you want to make some cash - this is very close.

the micro cube is packed with features - the blackstar has only volume, gain, isf, and delay (plus a clean and dirty channel). the problem with the micro is that you get bad clipping when your volume starts hitting above 9 - sure the blackstar is more quiet with smaller speakers but you can crank that bee-otch and it sounds superb! plus, at less than half the size and weight of the cube, way easier to transport. all depends what youre looking for but I think blackstar has filled the gap between "toy" and "bedroom amp". once again, a happy blackstar customer!
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Quality sound in a tiny package
Dar Eire 05.01.2016
Well after reading such good reviews on the Blackstar Fly I thought I'd purchase and I was more than pleased!I wanted a small amp for downstairs for learning and practicing guitar parts that was going to sound great as well as being handy.The Fly has done that job brilliantly,it is permenantly set up in my living room and is just so incredibly handy and hassle free,especially battery powered as you can put it anywhere without worrying about power.Convienience aside,the thing that most surprises is the sound,it's just hard to believe something so small produces such a fantastic "real" amp tone.I've had tiny practice amps before and they sounded just like that,tiny and frankly rubbish but the Fly sounds great,like a real amp,so much so that it has me thinking about getting a higher watt pro gigging Blackstar amp! Clean and dirty,the amp sounds beautiful with a very nice delay and all in a package that fits in my hand,amazing!Battery life seems very very good too,still haven't changed batteries.A word of advice,I would highly recommend getting the pack as the extension cab makes such a huge difference,the amp didn't sound near as good without it and I was very glad that I opted for the pack rather than the amp on it's own,plus you get the power supply.The mp3 connectivity feature is very good too for playing along with tracks.All in all highly recommended.
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Okay for home practice, great for travel
esthern0len 20.01.2018
In terms of convenience (decent tone at low volume, transportability) this amp is a life-saver. In terms of sound, however, it is not very good. In terms of its features (EQ, overdrive, delay, headphones/EM out), it is okay.

I use this as a practice amp in an apartment building with thin walls & ceilings, and for that purpose it is great. At low volumes, I can get a decent and consistent enough tone to be able to experiment with my pedalboard. It is small enough to travel with easily, which is great as I occasionally spend time abroad.

However, the tone gets muddy and inconsistent at higher volumes, especially in the bass frequencies. And don't expect high volumes from these speakers either, they are certainly not loud enough for any live situation. Though you can probably use the EM output to run it into a mixer or PA, I would not recommend purchasing this amp for that purpose.

The single mid scoop EQ knob will allow you to dial in some different, though limited, tones, and there is also an overdrive switch which I don't much care for, as I have pedals for that (though again, at higher volumes neither will sound very good). The built in delay is a nice feature, as you can control both delay time and intensity, though honestly I would have preferred reverb.

You CAN use these as computer, smartphone etc. speakers as advertised, but they do not sound very good, nor very loud. All dedicated computer speakers I have owned in a similar price range sound vastly better (and louder) than these Blackstars. Also, the volume control on the amp will obviously not affect mp3 input, which, again, makes them inconvenient as computer speakers.

All in all, I somewhat regret not having saved up a bit more money to buy a Roland Micro Cube Bass amp or something similar, which you can also use live. On the other hand, I'm spending 5 months abroad next year, most likely in a student dorm, and this is probably the best sounding amp I could easily and reliably bring with me, so it really depends on your needs!
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