Sound — 10
I play rock, and this bass is made for rock. You can Slash around on it without worrying if you'll do damage or not. I use my guitar amps and effects, and they make the bass still sound great. The sound is adequately full. With the treble all the way up it gets buzzy, but treble isn't a dire importance with basses. All effects mix well with this bass, so you can make it sound however you want.
Overall Impression — 10
This bass is perfect for rock, especially since it's a great rock bassists design. I've played guitar for a couple years and decided to try out bass and this was a great choice. I love how it's so simple. There's only a couple tone/volume controls and you don't need to know much about basses to get it to sound right. It would be cool if they made one with 5 strings. That would rock.
Reliability & Durability — 10
I don't play Live, but this is a very durable bass. It's been dropped before, and there isn't any damage. There's no way this bass would fall because of the strap slipping. It would take real force to break off the strap holders. The finish stays on, but I wouldn't really know I have only had it for a while. If you needed a dependable bass with an affordable cost, this is it.
Action, Fit & Finish — 10
The pickups are perfectly fine, and work nicely too. The bass was put together very nicely, everything lines up, and everything is sturdy. Being black, dust is noticable, but it is very easy to clean, even under the strings. This may be due to the cause that the strings are a bit high on the fretboard.
Features — 10
I'm not sure when it was made, or where, but I know that doesn't matter when it comes down to the great sound. It has 20 frets, and it's solid top. It has an agathis body and a rosewood fingerboard. It has the body look of a strat, and the headstock looks like a tele's. The bass has standard open gear tuners. The controls include a main volume control, and one tone control knob. Pickups are 2 single-coil pickups. It comes with some adjusting tools I believe (I forgot and I think I lost them).