Well on the second week of January after the big run of the festive Christmas disco season, my hands & arms have lots of cuts, bruisers and scratches (not the mixing scratches).
Taking a big sound & lighting unit in and out of hotels, pubs, bars, village halls, and palladiums takes its toll on the body.
If only stage equipment was nice to carry. You can bet your life that your will pass the most beautiful woman in the entire party as you clumber-sly fumbled & stumbled bye with your main amplifier rack what is twice as heavy as the moon.
It's quite a high-risk job really! Doing music equipment hire. But the show must go on!
So a well-stocked firstaid kit is a very good thing to have in van or car. I could save you the trip to the hospital or at least postpone it till after your have finished doing the wedding dj work, for your best hire customer's daughter.
There is the normal thing that goes in there like bandages but also have pain kills, cough syrup it's not good to sound like a robot on the microphone and the last one is pills to stop you going to the toilet.
If you don’t want the last one on the list, make shore you have a triangle bandage in your first aid kit. DJ’s it's not that much money, So go and get one...!.