This "Musicman liscensed" OLP Chinese bass guitar is one with attitude, and I mean a harsh one, towards the player.
Performance wise, this bass is nothing short of average - light weight body, tone on the bright side, playable/comfortable neck, but the coupling cripples are not for the faint of heart.
The bass's inferior wood quality is complemented with a disastrous hardware selection. The truss rod is not particularly responsive, making set up a little difficult. Mine never had the privilege of reaching its full potential and lived a life of bad intonation, fret buzz and sudden-death sustains. As a side note: never have I had to replace the tuners on any guitar before, but one of the tuners on this bass literally snapped in two on one tuning occasion. It was amusing to say the least.
I am not certain of the electronic scheme for this bass, but I'm certain that it didn't work. A few days after purchasing this bass it stopped making a sound. I had to send it to a luthier, who I might add was astounded by the wiring in this bass, and had it rewired. Though now producing sound when plugged, it still occasionally cuts the signal off most possibly due to inferior wires.
The second pot never worked, by the way. It even came off after some time.
The most surprising redeeming aspect of this axe is the finish. Mine comes with a sparkling blue, which is actually quite pleasing to the eye. Paired with a blue pickguard, the bass looked beautiful when I got it, and it still does.