When should I book my wedding?
Peak period Saturdays book up to a year in advance. Fridays, Sundays and December - April have a greater chance of being available. Consider booking as soon as possible to ensure your date is available.
How do I book Precision Sound for my wedding?
All bookings are secured with a deposit which is applied toward the total performance fee. The balance of the performance fee is due 2 weeks prior to your wedding.
What time will you arrive for my wedding?
At least one hour prior to the start of the wedding. It typically takes about 30 minutes to setup the sound system and lights. It also takes up to 30 minutes to tear down the equipment after your last song.
How will you be dressed for my wedding?
For your wedding ceremony or reception, the dress is a black suit and tie. The look is classy and not to be mistaken for a member of the bridal party.
Will you make introductions and announcements?
Your DJ will generally act as the Master of Ceremonies and Event Coordinator for your wedding. From introducing the bridal party to any other announcements throughout your wedding night along with hosting any special events and keeping the night flowing smoothly.
Will you work with my live band?
Jazz and Ethnic Bands are very popular for cocktails and dinner music. There is no problem coordinating with your live band so that there is always good music playing while they are taking a break.
What should I tell the banquet hall to provide?
One six-foot or eight-foot skirted banquet table, located in proximity to the dance floor with a nearby electrical source.
Are you insured?
Precision Sound carries a $2,000,000 liability insurance policy for your protection. Most venues require that your DJ be fully insured before they will let them setup any equipment.
Do you display neon signs or banners?
Your wedding will never be used as an opportunity to advertise DJ services. The DJ will never display neon signs and banners or put business cards on your guest tables. Business cards are only given out upon request.
Will you invite prospective clients to my wedding?
No. Inviting prospective clients to someone else's wedding can lead to inappropriate, if not embarrassing situations. Providing you with the best performance will be the top priority.