Q - When is the payment for services due and what methods of payment do you take?
A - A signed contract and $100 deposit is required to hold the date. The deposit applies to the balance due two weeks prior to event. I accept checks, money orders and cash.
Q - How soon before the event will you arrive?
A - I like to get into the venue 3-4 hours before scheduled start
Q - Do you take breaks?
A - No.
Q - Can I choose music to be played at my event?
A - Absolutely! we will setup a date about a month before the wedding for consultation and we will plan everything including music of your choice from dinner music, intro, first dance to bridal party dance, etc. And of course I will be giving some of my suggestions.
Q - Can I tell you specific songs I don't want played?
A - Yes! And if guests request songs you asked not to be played, we will honor your request.
Q - Do you have backup equipment?
A - Yes, I bring extra equipment.
Q - Do you have references I can contact?
A - Yes, almost all of those are on my Testimonials.
Q - Do you provide a written contract for your services?
A - Yes, I send two copies one to be signed and returned with a deposit on my return envelope and the other you keep for your records.
Q - Do you use computer or CD player?
A - I use 2 Laptop computers. Music is stored on two 300gb external Hardrives. I just bring a few CD's with me.
Q - Will you take requests from our guest?
A - Yes, I always announce that I am taking request before the start of the dance.
Q - Do you use theatrical lighting or special effect?
A - Yes, I have High Tech Lighting and sound effect and are all included in the package.
Q - Are there any special needs for the DJs equipment that we need to provide?
A - No you don't have to provide me skirted table I got my own all I need is source of electricity.
Q - Does the DJ need to be fed at my wedding reception?
A - You don't have to feed me but if offered I will be very greatful.
Q - What does the DJ wear?
A - For most events especially for wedding I wear Tuxedo.
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