Blackstar amPlug2 Fly Guitar
Blackstar amPlug2 FLY headphone amps for guitar and bass are the perfect solution for practice when noise is a restraint, or for when inspiration strikes ON THE FLY…
Voiced and designed by Blackstar in the UK, amPlug2 FLY models are battery-powered and have a foldable instrument jack plug for connection to any guitar body type.
The super compact design can be carried anywhere and is the easiest way to achieve real Blackstar amp tones in your headphones.
The Blackstar amPlug2 FLY Guitar has three channels - Clean, Crunch and Lead with tone shaping using Blackstar’s patented ISF (Infinite Shape Feature) control to give you all the sounds you need.
3 Channels in one unit
- Clean - Clean chime, which breaks-up when pushed
- Crunch - Classic, 'hot-rodded' Crunch with clarity and note-definition
- Lead - Harmonically-rich, mid-boosted overdrive, perfect for riffing and lead playing
Patented ISF control: Blackstar's patented ISF control allows you to choose the exact tonal signature you prefer. At the lowest setting, the amplifier has a more American characteristic with a tight bottom-end and more aggressive middle, and at the higher setting the amplifier has a British characteristic which is more 'woody' and less aggressive.
Nine built-in effects: Nine selectable effects can be selected for any channel playing 3x Chorus, 3x Delay and 3x Reverb.
Great tones and versatile
Great headphone amp.
Great price, and fairly simple to use. The instructions are a bit vague but it isn’t rocket science really. All the sounds and effects are useable. I was concerned it might not work with a Telecaster Jack socket but it’s fine. Sounds great with single coils and humbuckers, brilliant little amp for silent playing when you don’t want to inflict your music on others. It’s a bit fiddly but it’s bound to be. Way better than the old Vox headphone amps, Blackstar have once again nailed it.
Cracking bit of kit. The best headphone plug in I've used.
Looks cheap plastic, but sounds excellent! Remarkable what they can do these days. If you have a decent Bluetooth speaker with a headphone jack input you have a brilliant little practice amp for 30odd quid!