Overall Impression — 10
This is a great match for punk and some metal. The only other thing I sujest is see if you can find a guitar technician to lower the action a bit. This has been compared to a Squier Bronco Bass and the Epiphone bass beats it by far.
Reliability & Durability — 10
This is a guitar that you can drop over and over again it will keep playing the same it will most definitely withstand live playing. There has been no problems with the hardware its holding strong. The finish is great it still has the dark black finish it always had. The strap buttons are solid theres nothing wrong with them the only reason its fallen before was because of an old crappy worn out strap. This bass is very dependable I would definitely use it at a gig no back up.
Action, Fit & Finish — 8
This guitar was set up great at the factory like I said only dislike the action but it doesn't make much of a deal scence its so easy to still press it down on the frets. The pic ups are ajusted just right aproximately a half a centmetre to 1 centimetre off of the body. No flaws found on this guitar.
Features — 10
The Epiphone Accu Bass Jr\. was a 2001-2002 model im not sure exactly. This bass has 20 frets,one volume nob and one tone nob. This guitar features a split humbucker aswell. It has chrome hardware, its nut width is 1.65", and the scale is 34", It has a bolt on neck The neck mat is maple and the boty mat is maple or alder It has dot position inlays and it comes in two finishes 3 colour sunburst or just plain black.