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Frequently Asked Question: How many years of experience does it take to be considered an excellent professional DJ?
More than just one or two years that's for sure! A disc jockey who is mature and has been in the wedding DJ business for at least a decade will be much more experienced with ALL styles of music, and be very comfortable performing in front of people of ALL ages than a young DJ who only does bars, clubs, or high school events would be.
Frequently Asked Question: What's a good or bad DJs true value to my event?
Unfortunately, too many people have found out the answer to this question when their DJ didn't show up because someone else paid them a few more dollars to DJ a different party. What would you would sue a DJ company for damages if they didn't show up OR ruined your reception because they didn't know what they were doing? That is your disc jockey's value to you! Your big day is not the day to pinch pennies taking a chance on a young and inexperienced DJ.
Frequently Asked Question: What should a DJ have for backup equipment?
A well prepared disc jockey will have plenty of spare parts, tools, and other personal disc jockey connections to make sure that any scheduled event goes off without a hitch. We at Twin Cities Wedding DJs back up each other with our equipment, our expertise, and ourselves at every wedding reception. There are no weak links here.
Frequently Asked Question: Is it a good idea to rent some speakers and use my own iPod for my reception?
No. A great wedding DJ needs lots of practice, previous wedding experience, and an observant eye to anticipate what music your guests are responding to. There is no "big day do-over" button with an iPod on shuffle play sitting in a corner.
Frequently Asked Question: All DJs and equipment are the same so should I just book the cheapest one?
Sorry, that's far from the truth. There are several DJ subcontractors in the Twin Cities Minnesota that will "sell" your reception to the lowest bidding "independent subcontracting DJ" on their roster. (And then hopefully you don't get sold again, and again.) Twin Cities Wedding DJs does not subcontract and you should insist on a "no subcontracting" clause to be included in any service agreement you sign.