A young Glasgow musician blew judges away during a competition.

Jack Geddes was shocked to get the chance to play on stage with British nu-metal band Wargasm on Tuesday.

The 21-year-old had seen the band perform at The Garage nightclub in October and was inspired to audition to play alongside them.

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He travelled to London where he impressed a panel of judges and was selected as a finalist allowing him to join the band at iconic metal venue The Black Heart.

The unique show saw Jack and fellow fan Taylor Wheeler, 31, battle it out to take home their very own Jackson American Series guitar.

Jake said: "Being on stage with the band was insane.

"I’m used to being down the front and being involved in the gig that way but playing on stage with the band, and on such an incredible guitar, was another thing entirely.

"Nothing will top that feeling of getting on stage with the band, the song kicking in and everyone giving me a look to let me know I was doing good.

"The audience were so into it as well, even though they didn’t know me and technically weren’t there for me, they got into it.

"I loved every second of it."

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Jack, who is a music photographer, has been playing the guitar since he was 11 and now owns 10.

He came runner-up but was hailed for his impressive skills at the event which was free for a small number of lucky fans who were treated to a rip-roaring Wargasm set with support from alt-metal newcomers Lake Malice.

The talented performer said: "I was so happy. I didn’t even think about winning the guitar, I just loved playing in front of everyone and with my favourite band.

"Tonnes of people came up to me and gave me hugs and said 'well done', I made loads of new friends for sure!'

"Before the gig I felt a little anxious, but that all changed after soundcheck.

"I don’t tend to get starstruck anymore since my job involves working with artists in the music industry so I’m used to meeting people whose music I listen to frequently.

"But for whatever reason, the build-up to meeting the band made me very excited.

"Of course, I met them and they were all really cool, genuine people!

"Sam even made sure that I had chance to play through the song at soundcheck regardless of the fact that we were running over time."

It was also streamed globally via Hotel Radio with viewers voting as to who should take home the winner’s guitar, but Wargasm had the final say and crowned Taylor as the winner.

The Jackson American Series guitar was launched in September, kicking off with the Soloist model which Taylor and Jack both competed on.

It has been named the brand’s fastest ever model - for players who need speed, which Jack showed off on the bright green instrument.

Pictures from the event showed the young musician performing on stage with Wargasm members Milkie Way and Sam Matlock while fans cheered on.