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Old 12-05-2016, 09:11 AM
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And here's a version with the bass and drums even more pronounced.

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I'd get those drums even louder.
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I've decided to redo this. I'll post up once it's recorded.
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All I hear in the recording is an acoustic guitar, an electric guitar and a vocal. I cannot hear any other tracks (e.g., drums, bass).

As to what's already there, you might consider ducking the acoustic guitar during the electric lead and during the vocals and bringing up the electric when the vocal phrase is over and is absent for a measure or two.
Pretty much my first impression as well. I'd pull the acoustic rhythm guitar down at 0:08 when the lead comes in. After that it's just in the way of everything else in the mix. You should feel it more than hear it.
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