I need some help and advice about what do when a feedback loop occurs. Also, I am not sure if I am stating this correctly, but here it goes! I am constantly getting blamed by my singer and guitarist when a feedback loop happens on stage and it sounds like a droning/humming single bass note. They usually look at me and give me that look "it's you dude!". When it happens, I immediately turn the volume to zero on the bass. There is no sound out of my rig and the feedback keeps going. Sometimes it magically disappears; probably because the sound guy took care of it. Other times, the feedback is so bad that I have no clue what to do and those guys get frustrated with me. Then the singer will usually ask for me to adjust "something" to get rid of it, I pretend to adjust something and it goes away??? Hopefully I figured this out - the drummer has me in his monitor cabinet at certain shows. I believe the sound of my bass through HIS monitor is traveling back into the drum mics. And since he has certain parts of his kit in his monitor cabinet, my bass tone keeps coming back in. So in reality, it's the sound guy's issue when that type of feedback occurs - correct? The mics should be placed differently and/or certain frequencies need to be notched out of the drum monitor - right? Lastly, I try to keep my rig away from the drums as often as I can - so I know that is not the issue. Any help is appreciated.