Wedding DJ's in Cheshire
If you have booked your wedding venue, and your looking for a professional wedding DJ's in Cheshire, then please feel free to call me anytime to discuss your requirements or indeed if you would simply like to ask a few questions. Alternatively, I will aim to reply to emails within a couple of hours or sooner. I take my job as a professional wedding DJ very serious. The combination of Premium equipment, reliability and years of experience with adaptability is what you are selecting when you choose my services for your event. I know weddings like the back of my hand, from the ceremony, breakfast music and official announcements through to the cutting of the cake, first dance and fantastic music selection to suit everyone. My adaptability not only comes with setup configurations to suit awkward shaped venues and large crowds if required, but also as cross multi music genre platform, for example, music from rock and roll or Northern soul to the modern charts or using my mixing skills with the latest EDM or old skool dance tunes. I love all decades and all styles of Music and I carry a vast music library covering indie, rock, reggae, soul, RnB, Ska, Motown, charts, house, party and more! Peace of mind comes as standard, Although I use very high quality and super reliable professional equipment, I always carry backup equipment for every piece of equipment.
Cheap DJ v’s the more expensive DJ
I'm certainly not the most expensive, but I'm also not the cheapest, but why is there a big price difference in DJ's? The saying “you get what you pay for” is’ not always true, but a simple answer to the question would be to explain the trap of the catch 22 situation that the cheaper DJ finds themselves in, and more importantly, the situation that the client is placed into for unwittingly getting a cheap deal. He’s cheap!, happy days for the client, but what about replacing equipment as it naturally wears out?, it becomes a simple case of economics and the best examples of how this may affect your event are as follows. Scenario one: correct and valid vehicle insurance is expensive, Low priced DJ’s often don’t have valid vehicle insurance, This may not seem like an issue for the client, but if the DJ gets pulled over by the police on their way to the venue, the police will seize vehicle for not having valid insurance resulting in a now show for your event. Scenario two: cheap speakers are NOT capable of efficiently dealing with larger crowd capacities and do not produce high definition sound resulting in ear piercing sound or speaker failure. The bottom line is no money to buy backup equipment or indeed any high quality professional sound and light equipment. The above may seem extreme and I hope it doesn't sound like I’m scare mongering, but things do go wrong.