Frequently Asked Questions
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We find certain questions seem to come up on a regular basis, so we have introduced this page to answer them.
What makes you so good?
Based on the feedback we receive on a regular basis, finding out about our clients’ needs and wants, always delivering then over-delivering them wherever possible has stood us in good stead over the years.
We are fully aware that anyone can just turn up and press “play”. What sets us apart is our ability to play to the right people in the right place at the right time, a skill not many can boast.
Gordy is a DJ is where music and memories matter most.
Where is your Price List?
Event type, travel distance, venue (upstairs or ground level), the number of guests, timings required (e.g. 7.30-12) are all factors that will affect the price.
Prices for weddings generally start from £595 although every event is priced individually.
To get a specific quotation, simply click on the contact button, text me or chat live for an instant response.
What if something happens to you and you can’t make it to my event?
In this unlikely event, we consider it our full responsibility to find a similar service as a substitute and would do our utmost to make sure you are not left without entertainment.
As a member of the Alliance of Mobile and Party DJs, we are able to make quick contact with similar local professionals which gives you reassurance that you will not be let down.
Do you carry back up equipment?
Yes at all times. In the unlikely event of failure of equipment, we carry sufficient resources.
Will the music be too loud?
We aim to set the volume at a level which while loud enough, allows people to hold a conversation without screaming into each other’s ears. If it is too loud, just let us know and we will adjust the levels to suit you.
Can I make requests?
These are encouraged provided they are appropriate to the event and unlikely to cause offence.
We are able to offer an interactive guest playlist free of charge, where guests can log on to a vast database of music to make their requests in advance of an event.
Is your service gay-friendly?
Are you insured?
Yes. Many venues will ask for PAT (portable appliance testing) certificates to ensure the equipment that is being used is electrically safe. Also regularly asked is PLI (Public Liability Insurance) which we possess – over £10 million worth to be precise!