Drums

Cameron Womack
Schedule: Mon | Tue |Wed
Cameron became enthused with the drums around the age of two, when he first discovered his father’s set of drums in the garage. With the support and encouragement of his parents, Cameron gathered fundamental training by participating in school band programs, as well as with various church worship bands. During high school, Cameron became very involved with marching band, and would eventually tour with the Seattle Cascades Drum and Bugle Corps in 2009, where he marched snare drum. After high school, Cameron attained his BA degree in Music from CSU Sacramento, under the guidance of Sacramento drumming legend, Rick Lotter. While at CSU Sacramento, Cameron performed, recorded, and toured with various jazz combos, vocal jazz ensembles, as well as with the award-winning 1:30 Jazz Ensemble. Aside from performing regularly with Todd Morgan & The Emblems, Cameron has also performed with Mumbo Gumbo, John Fedchock, Steve Turre, and Arun Luthra, which have attributed to his ability to adapt in an abundance of musical genres. In addition to his busy performing schedule.

Kit: Gretsch Brooklyn in Grey Smoke Oyster

1. 5×14 1966 Ludwig Supraphonic Snare Drum

2. 8×12 Rack Tom

3. 14×14 Floor Tom

4. 16×20 or 14×18 Bass drum (interchangeable depending on musical context)

Cymbals:

1. 14″ Istanbul Agop 30th Anniversary Hi Hats

2. 20″ Zildjian K Constantinople Medium-Thin Low Ride (used as crash)

3. 22″ Sabian Artisan Light Ride

4. 18″ Istanbul Agop Traditional Paper Thin Crash

Heads: Remo

Hardware: Dw 5000 and 6000 series

Sticks: Vater

Check out Cameron In Action

Get In Touch

Location: 5495 Carlson Dr. Suite C Sacramento, CA 95819

Telephone: 916.616.5762

Email: eastsacramento@MusicLab.co

School Hours: M-F: 1pm - 8pm, Sa: 10am - 3pm, Su: Closed

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