(Closed) “Complete Music Disc Jockey Service” Atlanta — PLEASE HELP!!

posted 7 years ago in Atlanta
Post # 3
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350 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 1991

@Asia_Leone: I was quoted $575 from them a year ago for the same service.  Remember:  these guys can and will negotiate everything.

I dealt with them and got a very bad vibe. Ultimately, I went with Spectrum, but also had a bad experience with them (the DJ was fine but terrible customer service leading into the wedding). 

 

Edit:  Actually mine was for a Saturday night in the middle of wedding season, so you should be able to get cheaper on a Friday. 

Post # 4
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10 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: April 2011

@Asia_Leone: I am having my ceremony/reception at the same place, so it was only an extra $50 for ceremony set up/music.  My quote for wedding/reception (total of 4.5 hours) is $625 (includes $100 discount from attending Atlanta Bridal Show). I thought this was good and they seem eager, emailing and calling to follow-up. We haven’t signed with them yet, but probably will. I’ve tried to look up reviews on them, but haven’t seen any other than what’s on their site. Spectrum seems to be on a lot of venue’s preferred vendor lists, however my friend used them (unfortunately I wasn’t at her wedding to know for myself) but she hated them. So hopefully COMPLETE is better than them. I hope to find out more on here…need to post something to get more feedback too! Please let me know if you booked them, which DJ you selected and how the process is going so far.

Post # 6
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350 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 1991

@Asia_Leone: I looked over those reviews briefly – and ouch.  But it looks like the reason there are so many reviews is that they’re lumping all Complete Music franchisee’s together.  So even though it’s 100 bad / 400 good, the Atlanta franchiesee could be 45 bad / 5 good or 45 good / 5 bad.  You just don’t know.

The other problem with DJ services is that you could get a company with a ton of positive reviews then the day before the wedding, you find out you have their new hire 20 year old DJ who is terrible.

One thing I did (maybe this is helpful) was require on the contract that they list my DJ, then I met with the DJ before signing a contract.  The companies responded with “well, we don’t know if the DJ’s we currently have will still be here in a year.”  Tell them that’s fine, but if “Joe” (or whoever you meet) is still working for the company, the contract requires him to be assigned to your wedding.

Of course, that doesn’t even guarantee you anything.  The DJ we were assigned from Spectrum had a family emergency and had to miss the wedding.  But it’s still better than nothing.

 

Post # 7
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5 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2011

We are going with these guys…they seem really nice so far and eager to fit the vibe of our wedding.

Post # 8
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24 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2012

How did you guys like the Complete Music DJ for your wedding? I am thinking about hiring them. Is it more than one DJ or is it just one guy who does the DJ-ing? I was a bit annoyed with the eagerness actually.

Post # 9
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28 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I don’t have any personal experience with this group, but one of the venues I looked at said they don’t allow their brides to use this group because they’ve had so many issues in the past with unreliable/unprofessional DJs… late, didn’t do a good job, etc. Personally I wouldn’t use them. Hope this helps!

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