Paiste - Scott Rockenfield's 1990s Queensrÿche, 18" Rude, 2002 Crash/Ride A, Autographed! (#3) - $652.00

Straight from our Scott Rockenfield/Queensrÿche collection and personally autographed by Scott. This collection of cymbals had been forgotten in my warehouse for over 15 years until they were just re-discovered. Scott was one of my very first customers WAY back in the early 1980s before Queensryche was fully formed. We've been swapping drums for decades and we've seen a LOT of drums come and go.

You can see Scott talking about some of the gear we've traded in the video below.

This 18" Paiste RUDE cymbal is one of two virtually identical cracked 18" RUDEs we received from Scott in this collection. Scott played this Paiste, 2002 18" Rude Crash/Ride with Queensryche during the mid-1990s. The 18" was his "main" crash, to his left right above the snare. No wonder he cracked two of them. Leave it to Scott to rock one of the loudest cymbals ever made to the point of cracking it. You'll see a couple small cracks on the edge. Otherwise the cymbal remains in excellent condition. Scott signed the cymbal prominently "Scott Rockenfield, Queensryche" in black Sharpie.

The cymbal includes a COA signed by Scott Rockenfield and the seller.

Weight: 1700 grams

Shipping: $40.00

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ConditionFair (Used)
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  • 18" 2002 RUDE Crash / Ride Cymbal
  • 1990s
Made In
  • Switzerland
  • 18"

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Donn Bennett's Drum Vault

Seattle, WA, United States
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