I'm having real trouble monitoring myself playing when I'm tracking. I'm recording myself playing my acoustic guitar. My MOTU Microbook allows me to set up hardware monitoring, so I monitor the guitar through my Sennheiser HD205 cans. Problem is, that I can't hear the guitar in my headphones when I'm playing it. However high I might push up the headphone mix, it's not distinguishable from what I can hear of the guitar itself 'leaking' in. So it sounds almost the same whether I wear headphones or not. Sometimes I catch a bit of the picking noise(well above 2kHz, I think) but I can't hear the string fundamentals, chords and anything else. This has caused a million problems for me. The biggest problem is that I can't find out what it's sounding like until I record it and play it back in Logic. So I can't decide where to position the mic, I don't notice any tonal issues and I can't reliably use the DSP EQ and compression the Microbook offers. There has to be some simple solution to this that's evading me. I've tried googling and searching the forums, but no luck. Any suggestions?