We played a show on Friday and during the last 30 seconds we blew the fuse our 2 amps were plugged into. We finished the set with some awesome air guitar and antics, but when I went to practice Sunday, my bass was dead silent. Checked my amp with another bass and it played fine. Checked the cable. No problem. Changed the batteries in my bass (even though the ones in there were only 2 weeks old). Didn't help. Still dead silent. Could blowing the fuse somehow have surpassed hurting my amp and went straight to the electronics in my bass? I'm taking it in tomorrow, but I'm too curious to wait to find out if something really bad happened so I thought I'd see if anybody here had a guess. Also, has anybody dealt with sending stuff back to Fender based on the warrenty when they've had problems like this? Does it take forever? I'd rather just have the repair shop fix it, but if it's gonna be expensive, I might as well make use of my warrenty and borrow a bass for our next couple of shows. I have a American Deluxe P-Bass, btw. If you were curious. Rock.