Last night I was doing a gig, a big charity fundraiser Ball. I knew I shouldn't have done it, but I put a vodka tonic on my amp (Eden WT-400). About halfway through the second set I thought to myself, "I should really take that drink off my amp". In between songs I reached over to get the drink, maneuvering with upright and spilled the damn drink on my amp. I quickly wiped what I could with my hand but had to play the next song. Next song I got a cloth napkin out of my bag and wiped the amp. Everything was cool for the next couple of songs, but then on the last tune of the set in the middle of the song, my amp cut out, it was still on, just no sound. I finished playing acoustically and during the break switched over to the band's p.a.. I pulled the cable out of the input jack and noticed it was wet on the tip. So for the next two sets I had to play upright and electric tunes without hearing myself and only hoping there was enough volume out front. We had a bombastic sub drummer, so that didn't help matters much. The band didn't really take too much notice, which was both good and bad; good for the relaxed nature of my bandmates, bad for their disinterest in the sound of the bass. Anyway I checked the amp when I got home and it didn't work, but this morning it worked. Today I left the amp on all day to keep it hot and hopefully dry out any more liquid. Now I'm wondering what's the long term effect of this mishap? Burn and learn.