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[MUSIKMESSE] Blackstar present the Fly 3 Bass

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Blackstar Amplification has unveiled the Fly 3 Bass, a bass version of its 3-watt mini-amp range.

FLY 3 Bass is a compact analogue mini amp that makes bass tones available on the go. It combines two selectable channels, a continuously variable mid-cut EQ, Sub bass and a compressor for enhanced control over your dynamics. An MP3 / LINE IN jack is also available, allowing to connect a MP3 player, mobile phone, laptop, tablet (etc). and jam along to any track. The Speaker Emulated Output jack can also be used with headphones or for recording.

The FLY 3 Bass can also be combined with the FLY 103 to create a 6 Watt stereo bass guitar amp set-up. The pair of them linked together can also be used as a portable speaker system for your PC or computer speakers to play your music through.

The FLY 3 Bass is already available at your retailer. More details at www.blackstaramps.com.

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