Glass Dee Entertainment Atlanta DJ
Atlanta DJ, Atlanta Wedding DJ, Licensed & Insured. Contact 678-906-0607 Email: Glassdee1@go-djs.com Fax: 678-691-6829
FAQ?
  • How do your Atlanta DJs dress?
    • Black tuxedo, shirt and tie or causual attire. It depends on the venue. However, some DJs in Atlanta will wear a tuxedo to justify why they over charged you. 
  • What kinds of music do you play?
    • Whatever you like. We have large collections of Top 40, Old School, Hip Hop, R&B, Classic Rock, Swing, Pop, Country, Big Band and Alternative, plus ethnic favorites.
  • Do you play dinner and cocktail music, too?
    • Of course! We have everything from classic light jazz r&b slow jams to classical to cocktail piano. Or we'll be happy to play your favorite music.
  • Can you provide music for a wedding ceremony?
    • Yes. We do that very often.
  • If we have some of our own music on CD or cassette, can you play it?
    • Yes. However, we rather you to tell us the music in advance so we could prepare for it.
  • Do you take breaks, like bands?
    • No. We play non-stop, unless our clients want to make special presentations.
  • What if the band plays music during cocktails and dinner?
    • That's fine. We do a lot of parties where a jazz band, or string quartet, or harpist plays during the early part of the evening. And we're happy to provide music if they need to take a break.
  • We're nervous about speaking on a microphone. Can your DJ handle our announcements and introductions?
    • Certainly! We are trained to do so.
  • Do you have a page with all your Atlanta DJs' pictures, so we can pick our DJ?
    • No. You didn't pick your doctor based on his looks. And a professional DJ is no different. The "cutest" DJ may have musical tastes entirely different than yours. So he/she may not be a good fit for your party. Be assured, you won't get some high school kid, or an aging hippie with a pony tail. We'll ask you the right questions to determine which of our music professionals is just right for you, your guests, and your event. Then, if you'd like to meet your Atlanta DJ, we'll be happy to arrange it.
  • Do you have a light show?
    • Yes! It comes free with our service. Except for the Upligting. That is a different package.
  • Wow, you have everything! Will this cost us a fortune?
    • Of course not!!! Our fee are very reasonable and fare.  Additional time are free because we will give you some curteous time. If we give you a flat rate, that is the rate.  We love to give you the best costumer satification. (FREE) However, we will not play for hours and hours free. LOL!
  • We're just starting to shop for a DJ. Can we meet with you?
    • Yes. But first, spend more time on our web site.  If you're getting married, make sure your fiancee sees our site, too. Then, when you're ready to make your buying decision, call us for a face-to-face meeting if neccessary. When we meet with you, we'd like you to be prepared to hire us if we're "the right fit at the right price." Sound reasonable?
  • We're just looking for the cheapest price. Do you give discounts?
    • Maybe! However! If you're shopping for a price instead of a DJ, we'd rather not have you as a client. If you think the cheapest DJ is a good value, you have to start by assuming (incorrectly) that all DJs are equally good. Unfortunately, most people who "go cheap,"  have a nightmare experience with their DJ, end up assuming (also incorrectly) that all DJs are equally bad. There are a few DJ companies in Atlanta -- 10 in particular -- who get all their clients by offering dirt-cheap prices. And those clients learn too late just how awful a cheap DJ can be. Do your homework. Ask a DJ company to provide you with the names and phone numbers of its 30 most recent clients. If they refuses, RUN! Remember, if your DJ is bad, he's the only thing your guests will remember about your party, and all your careful planning will go to waste. It does not make sense to pay $25,000 for a wedding and then want to pay $100 for your DJ because he is cheap.  That is why we have samples of our music on our website.
  • What do you charge for travel and setup?
    • Nothing, with two exceptions. If you require your Atlanta DJ's equipment to be completely set up, and ready to play the first note of music, more than 60 minutes before his scheduled starting time, we charge an extra $45. It's not fair for a DJ to wait 2 to 3 hours to play because you want him to set up early. 
  • How do you decide which DJ you assign to our party?
    • Typically, we assign a DJ with the same tastes of music you like, so he'll know a lot of songs that fit well with what the client has already requested, and he can ensure the appropriate pacing for the evening. Plus, he gets to listen to music he likes! And that means a more enthusiastic performance for you. Most of our DJ's are versatile anyway.  Therefore, it really doesn't matter which DJ we choose.
  • We'd like to pick all of our dance music, and not accept requests from our guests. Is that okay?
    • If that's what you'd like. But you can't hire us. Of the 3 dissatisfied clients we've had over our more than 10 years in this industry, practically all of them were couples who picked all of their music in advance. Not some! ALL! Some wedding couples suffer with the "Its All About Me Syndrome and Not My Guest." If you'd like your reception to be a concert just for the two of you, just burn a few CDs and rent a sound system. It's unfair to subject a DJ to a whole evening of abuse from your guests when they can't request the music they like to dance to, and you won't let the DJ accept any of their requests. After all, they want to experience your wedding with you. They will shower you will love and gifts etc. After enough of your guests complain about what a bad DJ you have, eventually you'll start to believe it, and blame him or her for your poor choice of dance music. We will not play "YMCA"  at a party in the hood and we will not play Drake or Lil Wayne at a cocktail party. Sorry, but you'll have to find someone else.
  • Are you insured?
    • Of course. We carry a $1 million liability and personal injury policy, even though we've never had to file a claim (we're exceptionally careful about the placement of our speakers, cords and cables). We'll be happy to show you or fax you our Insurance Certificate upon request. Beware of any DJ who doesn't carry liability coverage. It's the first telltale sign that he's not serious about his business or his clients' safety.
  • What is your policy on tipping?
    • Are you kidding? We love it! It's an excellent way to reward a DJ who goes above and beyond, to make your party special (anything from $5 to $200 is appropriate). We don't put out a "tip jar," because it's tasteless. And we don't accept tips from your guests to play specific songs, because those songs may not be appropriate for your party. Tipping your DJ, if you choose, is your responsibility. It's just more professional that way. Also, it is tax free!!!
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    • Hot tip!!!!  Never hire a stiff DJ that only wear tuxedos and press play on a CD player.  Always hire a party DJ.  It is easy to convert a party DJ into a tuxedo wearing DJ.  However, you can not convert a stiff DJ into a party DJ. A party DJ are the ones you will always remember.