Heh, well you'd probably like the first one better now that I've fixed the problem with the strings.
There is bass, it's probably just not loud enough. But I actually didn't "record" a bass part for this... it's sampled from the original bass haha.
As for the intonation, I think it's more likely a case of me pressing too hard to the point where I'm slightly bending the notes than it being a badly intonated guitar. I'll see about re-recording the solo section (where there's only one guitar playing the melody) in the sigma stage I just posted. I think it sounds okay when there's two guitars because I didn't press down as hard when I knew there was going to be two guitars. I tend to play too hard at times, which has it's advantages and disadvantages. The advantages being the sort of intense and soulfull sound that comes from my playing, the disadvantage being that, as you have pointed out, sometimes I go overboard and results in poor intonation.
UPDATE: You were right, I adjusted it then re-recorded the parts where it was bad, and remixed. There's one or two sour notes still at the beginning, but if you're not listening for them specifically you're not as likely to notice. It's hard to get perfect sounding intonation when playing with such synth dominant tracks where the intonation is perfect to the cent 100% of the time. http://tindeck.com/listen/raidb
And another for your troubles: http://tindeck.com/listen/upjma