The handle is not really thick, but it's still easy bad hand when playing a long time. The access is limited by a sharp heel all there is more square, the thickness of the body, but with 20 frets, there is anyway not much to expect from this side. For cons, the body is at least comfortable enough for my shape, the right hand comes naturally sit on.
The sound is ok without to start learning to play, but that's all. It is better not to venture on stage, unless you have a good amp behind. With a SansAmp, it becomes tolerable without being miraculous. The pickups are fairly low, that lack of energy, it does not snore as a model a little more upscale. In addition, the microphones are very sensitive to noise.
Défrettée on my bass, it remains in the same world, it sometimes borders just a bit too much to be good despite setting a new and more than adequate, and the noise level tends to fall as soon as one goes up a little in the treble. In short, it is suitable for learning, no more, no less.
It is on this bass that I cut my teeth, and I still use it as a toy experiment (hence the unshrinking). In this context, it is very correct, a score. on the other hand, it is not at all suited to play "serious".