Seghetti Entertainment

FAQ

What types of events do you deejay?

While I have deejayed almost every kind of event imaginable, I focus mostly on weddings.  I enjoy working with the bride and groom to tailor the event specifically for them.  In my almost 15 years as a deejay, the majority of the events I have deejayed have been weddings.  That being said, I am very happy to have a handful of repeat corporate and individual clients.

What is your deejay style?

I believe a wedding should be an elegant and tasteful affair.  As a result, I do not put on a performance.  The deejay should never be the center of attention.  I am there to provide great music throughout the evening while making all necessary announcements.  

How much do you charge?


I have always felt strongly about up-front pricing.  I charge strictly by the hour.  The fee is $250/hr and that includes everything you will need for your event.  There is no extra charge for additional equipment that is necessary for your event.  The charge is for the contracted performance time.  There is no extra charge for set up or break down time. 

What is your attire?

That is up to you.  Typically, a suit is the preferred choice.  If more formal dress is required, I will be happy to wear a tuxedo.

What music do you play?

That is entirely up to you.  The music I play at your event starts with what is submitted by you.  I am happy to take requests from from the crowd as well, as long as it fits in to your musical vision.  I also encourage a Do Not Play list.  Usually, this list is the most important!

What type of equipment do you use?

I use all professional grade deejay gear.  I use a mix of Pioneer players and mixer, QSC power amplifiers, Electro-Voice and JBL speakers, E/V and Shure wireless microphones.  I will always have enough sound for your event and will be sure to never over-power the room.  I also carry a full back up system of the same professional quality in my vehicle at all times.


When do you arrive to the event?

I arrive at least one hour prior to the contracted start time.  This will ensure enough time for setting up, sound checking, and being available if your guests happen to arrive early.

What's the next step?

I would love to set up a time to meet and answer any other questions you may have.  After that, I will send a contract for you to sign and send back with a deposit.  After that, I will be available for any questions you have during the planning process.  


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