Thanks to fellow TB member SCT1422 (Steve from N.Y) who was gracious enough to send to Australia, I just received my EA iAmp 500. It was only a few weeks old and Steve did me a great price. This amp was to replace an almost new GK 1001RB-II that I had imported to power two Aguilar GS112's. I am playing a Warwick Corvette 5 fretted. I was never happy with the GK from the get go. Don't get me wrong, its a great amp, it just didn't pair well with the aggies for the sound I was looking for. I was looking for tight low end, punchy and zippy highs. I played through some quad boxes and it absolutely rocked but through the aggies it just didn't seem right. When ever I tried to add more punch - it got a bit naisley. There is so much on these forums on the Aggies flabby mids, I think thats what I was experiencing and the GK just didnt have the flexibility to tighten them up. When the iAmp came up - I just couldn't resist. I was hoping to coax the mids i needed to add from the greater tone control. And was really looking forward to lite weight. Man am I glad I took the risk to get it here A simple flick of the switch on the back and change of fuse was all it took to get it going on our 240 volt. As soon as I played my first note through it, flat eq, I knew this was more suited to my sound. After playing with the mids and presets a bit - I was in tonal heaven. I am able to get the sound out the aggies that the GK just didn't have the ability with its set frequency bands. The iAmp seems deep - I seem to roll off even more low end than I did with the GK to tighten it up. I haven't played out with it yet and I can't wait to do so. It might take me a while to get my sound but I am so happy and confident with this amp. Its a keeper!!