Hi Bandersnatch. First of all I hope you’re recovering in comfort. Now the music
I really enjoyed the overall mood/tone of the piece.
There are few minor trip-ups like at 0:18 but overall I thought it was played very nicely and appropriately. The guitar itself sounds very nice (I really like nylon strings,) and recorded well too. However, I felt it was too panned just a bit too far left (listening on headphones here) and the right ear felt too empty for most of the piece, even with the 2nd lead guitar, they just felt too wide apart. I felt the panning overall for a more intimate piece like this was too widely spread left and right.
I thought the piano could have had a little more consistency with the phrasing, especially developing a bit more of a concise melodic hook (it was a bit too improvised to me.) The actual sound of it sounded pretty nice though.
Part of the chord progression is reminiscent of http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSAJ0l4OBHM which isn’t a bad thing though.
A piece like this definitely doesn’t need too many parts cluttering it up and sounds good as you have it but I think it’d have more of that moody atmosphere/tone you seek if you experimented a bit with the reverbs and perhaps a bigger/wetter reverb. Would be interesting to hear it like that at least
Good job so far, looking forward to hearing it with the keyboard and bass. The percussion sounds a bit bare, but I think maybe once you get the bass and keyboard it’ll compliment it.