1) What kind of equipment do you use?
ANSWER: This is a very common question that is prompted by all of the Bridal Magazines and Wedding Blog sites. Obviously we are professionals that not only enjoy our jobs but take tremendous pride in the delivery of our product. We will always be using the best assortment of gear to enhance the event. We have access to all sorts of electronic toys that make what we do easy and fun. Much of what we have at each event its dependent on the size of your wedding as well as the lay out. Each wedding is unique and requires a custom built inventory of what will be brought along to make the magic come to life. Certainly if couples are interested in model numbers and brands of "mixers and sub woofers", we don't mind and welcome the conversation. However, most of the time it never comes up and people just enjoy the final product. Our objective is to do the best we can for you, so your guests have the time of their lives. Who knows, the next couple to get engaged might be at table 7 and want to get our card!
2) What happens if you die prior to our wedding?
ANSWER: Yikes! I can't tell you how many times people have asked this question and I don't really have an answer. I suppose once I have that answer it is a moot point! A better question might be, "What happens if you can't be at the event OR you get very ill? This is more reasonable....First off, in the history of Plymouth Rock Entertainment, we have never missed an event or have even shown up late! Our network of friends and back up, on call DJ's is always prepared to step in if an emergency strikes. Certainly you can never say never, but we take tremendous strides to both protect the security of the event but keep costs down. Some couples have elected to pay EXTRA for a back up DJ to be on call or even be at the event! We always try to remain positive and will always work with you to alleviate your worry and make you comfortable.
3) Are you able to emcee games and gimmicks to enhance the party?
ANSWER: First off it is important to know that people are NOT there to see the DJ. Our names are not on the invitations. We don't consider it our job to be on the mic constantly drawing attention to ourselves. However, with that said, we are there to serve your needs and desires. Generally people will want the DJ to be comfortable on the microphone to make professional announcements as well as to properly lead the pace of the night . We consider ourselves to be the best at this around! It is also important to point out that we will not be doing anything to embarrass you, your family, guests and of course, ourselves. Our presentation will be professional, clean and respectful to the theme of your night.