I played a lot today through my Peavey Microbass. Knob didn't go past 2 or 3, and then I went and played Battlefield 1942 and talked to some friends. Plugged in my bass, no sound. If I held the cord in with one hand, sound would be produced normally. Clearly, however, this is unacceptable. So I sigh, say to myself "I'll just get it looked at on Saturday", and went out to grab my bigger Yorkville from the living room (it just stays there unplugged between band practices) to plug in. Same thing. I'm starting to get freaked out, here. I switch between both of my basses, and use both of my cords with each bass. Same thing. I try my Peavey Raptor 1 (guitar) through my little guitar combo. Same thing. Now, this is just a little suspicious, no? Figuring it might be the wiring to my room, I took my Microbass and tested it in the dining room and downstairs. SAME THING. I have NO idea what could've caused this -- I was playing my Microbass earlier today, the guitar amp yesterday, and at last check (a couple weeks ago) the Yorkville was fine -- and it was sitting unplugged! I thought about what might've caused this -- power surges, lightning strikes, etc. But it didn't rain today, and none of my other devices (plugged into the same outlet as my microbass and little combo) suffered from anything like a power surge. I have no idea what's wrong! Can anyone help?