I would probably shelf down the bass (continuous bass?) a few dB from 100-120Hz. But I think the second mix does sound better.
So thanks for all the help,
I re-mixed: cut the lead vocal 2db, cut the snare 1db.
Raised the piano 2db, there are 2 basses, I raised the continuous bass 2db plus added 6db of 1k as was suggested. (Cut the kick at 1k) I raised the hi gain bass 2db.
Overall mix is tighter.
I love the way a Band like say Weezer sounds very full and saturated, but I was going for something different.
i really like the bass part and the vocals. I like the sONG. The guitars call attention to them selves cause of the sheer volume, panning, and the rhythm devices need to be boosted in my opinion. If they sound good present in the mix that will be good Right now it seems like the distorted guitars ARE the song for the reasons I stated. Whereas the vocals should have the most credence in the mix. The words are good, the vocals are good and I'm not saying the guitars are bad parts, the parts are good, it's just not gelling. Overall all the song needs is balance, you seem to have some nice parts recorded.