Blackstar FLY Stereo Pack - Battery-Powered Mini Guitar Amp, Extension Cabinet & Power Supply (Vintage)

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Blackstar FLY Stereo Pack - Battery-Powered Mini Guitar Amp, Extension Cabinet & Power Supply (Vintage)
Key Features
  • For Use with Electric Guitar
  • Can Be Used as Portable Speakers
  • FLY 3 Mini Guitar Amplifier
  • FLY 103 Extension Cabinet
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The vintage FLY Stereo Pack from Blackstar features a FLY 3 mini amp, a FLY 103 extension cabinet, and a power supply. It can be used as a 6W stereo amp for guitar or as a music playback system for devices such as mobile phones, MP3 players, computers, and more.
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Blackstar FLY 3 Overview

The vintage FLY Stereo Pack from Blackstar features a FLY 3 mini amp, a FLY 103 extension cabinet, and a power supply. It can be used as a 6W stereo amp for guitar or as a music playback system for devices such as mobile phones, MP3 players, computers, and more.

UPC: 845644004232

Blackstar FLY 3 Specs

Amplifier Section
Amplifier TypeSolid-State
Output Power3 W RMS
Channels2
Effects LoopNo
Built-In EffectsDelay, Distortion/Overdrive
Master VolumeYes
Inputs1 x 1/4" Mono Instrument
1 x 1/8" Stereo Line Level
Outputs1 x 1/8" Mono Emulated Speaker
Tone SectionChannel 1: Gain, Tone
EQ1-Band Semi-Parametric
Speaker Section
Configuration1 x 3" Speaker(s)
Cabinet TypeStraight Closed Mono
Straight Closed Mono
Power Rating5 W
5 W
Input Impedance4 ohms Mono
General
Dimensions (WxHxD)6.7 x 5.0 x 4.0" / 170.0 x 126.0 x 102.0 mm Amplifier
6.7 x 5.0 x 4.0" / 170.0 x 126.0 x 102.0 mm Cabinet
Weight1.98 lb / .9 kg Amplifier
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.2 x 7 x 5.5"
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could this be used with a mic?

could this be used with a mic?
Asked by: Carmelite
No, it is not recommended to connect a microphone to an instrument level input.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-12-11
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