One Power - Def Leppard's LM-15A RACKMOUNT POWER STRIP (DL #5015) 1990s - Black

Def Leppard is HUGE!!. The band began in 1976 as a teenage garage band from Sheffield, England.  Over 100 million albums later the band is still going strong, selling out stadiums all over the planet. The band is one of few artists to earn an RIAA Diamond Award for 10 million albums sold. They are one of only 5 bands to earn an RIAA diamond Award TWICE!!

We’re so 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. 

Check it out!! Here’s your opportunity to own a true functional piece of Def Leppard history.

One Power, Def Leppard's LM-15A RACKMOUNT POWER STRIP (DL #5011))

This LM-15A Rackmount Power Strip was used extensively as part of Def Leppard's live touring rigs since the 1990s. The LM-15A is identified by a Def Leppard ID tag.

The left light bulb light extender is burned out, otherwise, it powers up and works excellent as a power distribution system.

Includes COA signed by seller.

Serial #93C20635

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Listeda month ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • Def Leppard's LM-15A RACKMOUNT POWER STRIP
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 1990s
Made In
  • United States

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