QUEENSRŸCHE drummer Scott Rockenfield is selling a "Q2K" drum kit via eBay for a "buy-it-now" price of $4,699. "I have so many drum kits that it is just time to clean house," Scott writes on the auction page. "This kit is a custom Pearl Masters series in a black wrap finish. Sizes include 8", 10", 12", 16" toms, 22" kick, 5.5 14 snare, [and] 13" piccollo brass snare. [it] comes complete with everything shown in the photo including the Pearl rack, clamps, tom arms, cym arms, kick pedal, throne, and yes, the entire chain setup...!!! Does not include me or the mics...haha!! Also comes with a personal signature pair of Scott Rock/qr drum stix, and a letter of authenticity signed by yours truly... This is a one-of-a-kind drum kit, and can be yours if you hurry!!!!"The auction ends Monday, March 13 at 6:20 p.m. PST. QUEENSRŸCHE's sequel to the band's platinum 1988 concept album "Operation: Mindcrime", entitled "Operation: Mindcrime II", is scheduled for release on April 4. (Thanks: Jay Stone / Jaystonerkstr)
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