Hart Dynamics Rick Allen's Def Leppard, 10" Hart AcuPad Trigger Pad - Gold (RA #2054) 1990s - Gold

Def Leppard is HUGE!! From humble beginnings in Sheffield, England in 1976, over 100 million albums later the band is selling out stadiums worldwide. One of few bands to earn an RIAA Diamond Award for 10 million albums sold. TWICE!! 

We’re thrilled to present the Def Leppard collection!! The collection includes hundreds of stage and tour used items from each member of Def Leppard. This massive collection includes items from every era of the band's 5 decade career. 

Rick Allen started using Hart AcuPad Trigger Pads with his Def Leppard drum set starting in 1992 on the band's Adrenalize tour. They can be seen in multiple photos and videos of Def Leppard during this era including their performance at the 1992 Freddie Mercury Memorial Concert at Wembley Stadium.

This Hart AcuPad was owned and used by Rick Allen starting in 1992. The pad is identified by a "Property Of Def Leppard" asset tag. Includes a COA signed by Rick Allen.

Here’s an amazing opportunity to own a true piece of Def Leppard history. Keep checking back, we’re adding more items every day.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
  • Rick Allen's Def Leppard, 10" Hart AcuPad Trigger Pad - Gold
  • Gold/Black
  • 1990s
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  • United States

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