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If you enjoy music and have always had fun developing playlists for parties, you might be interested in turning this passion into a side job by becoming a DJ. Spinning music for weddings and other parties can be a fun thing to do in your spare time and can help put some money in your pocket. When you're just getting started in this pursuit, you'll want to avoid spending too much money on your equipment. A good way to save is by visiting one or more pawn shops in your area. Pawn shops carry lots of used and affordable gear that DJs will want, including the following things.
Lots of DJs are constantly upgrading their turntables, which means that they'll often turn their older gear into cash at a pawn shop. It's common to find used turntables for sale at pawn shops, and this will allow you to spend a fraction of what you'd pay to buy this gear new. Even if you buy an older set of turntables that don't have all of the features you'd get with a new set, they'll be usable and help you to get your DJ business established. When you eventually wish to upgrade, you might revisit the pawn shop to buy a newer set of turntables.
While lots of venues have speakers that DJs can use, you may find that you have more success booking gigs when you have your own speakers. Some people who hire a DJ want to do so at a venue that doesn't provide equipment. When you can bring your own speakers, you'll save the event host the hassle of trying to rent speakers on their own. Pawn shops often carry an assortment of speakers, so you can choose a set that suits your budget and plans to use them often in the future.
To be a DJ, you need a large collection of records—which is something that can take a lot of time and money to amass. It's always worthwhile to check the records at a local pawn shop. These shops frequently have lots of records for sale, so there's a good chance you'll be able to find some classic albums that you know will come in handy at your DJing engagements. Even if you have to buy new records of certain albums, you can augment your collection in an affordable way by picking up used records.
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20 July 2022