This session went relatively smoothly with very little bumps in the road. We eventually recorded aux percussion of him hitting, sliding, and knocking on his guitar where we recorded it with the Rode NT2 as well.
With mixing, I basically made the mix as wet as possible while giving the vocalist as much presence as possible. Within the mix, I gave the vocals, guitar, and aux percussion tons of reverb to give it a very roomy sound. Then I added doubles to certain parts of the verses, and automated the master track to about 1 dB more of gain during the choruses. Then the lead/ adlibed guitar parts I added a pan delay to give a full spectrum delay sound -- more or less I did it because it sounded cool haha. Below you can find pictures of the session and the link for the final mix here.