I see used Warwick LWA 500's for sale at really great prices quite often, yet I never see people gush about them like they do the Aguilar Tonehammer or Markbass stuff. I've owned a few low end Rockbasses from Warwick but I've never played through a Warwick amp. Is there something wrong with the LWA 500? On paper it seems like exactly what I'm looking for but there's just not a lot of opinions out there about it and that worries me a bit. Is there a reason people are selling them used all the time? Are there just not that many owners on talkbass? I'd love to hear from anybody who's played through one as I haven't found a music store yet that carries one so that I can try it. For those interested, I'm trying to find a class D amp that is fairly neutral or "transparent" sounding as I opt for using preamp pedals to shape and color my tone and I'm also running into a DSM Noisemaker Omnicab Sim for cabinet simulation. My point is that my amp's purpose will mainly be for me to monitor my sound and any coloration or character from the amp would only benefit my ears, not the recording or the audience since they would be hearing the Direct Out from the Omnicabsim before it ever hits my amp. The cab I would be using with this Class D head is a 4ohm 500w Eden 2x10 xst. I never really considered a Warwick amp when I started my Class D hunt but I came across some cheaper used ones, did some research, and on paper at least it looks like what I need. The review in Bass Player made it seem like it was really neutral sounding and this official blurb, that could just be marketing BS, caught my attention: "The advancement in power supply technology and error correction circuitry in the Class D power amp used allows for tighter and stronger bass response than previously possible in this type of amplifier making it comparable in sound to much heavier Class A/B amps." Is this BS? Are these amps awesome? Any input would be super helpful.