Hi I'm about to start a new project in which I'll be recording two acoustic guitarists which also sing; they asked me to set up the session just like they would do live, so they will be singing and playing at the same time. I'll be setting them up in a rather small but good sounding room (all wood paneled with wood tile floor and a bowed celing); how would you mic them so as to get the minimum bleed of guitar into vocal mic and vice versa, and to get the minimum leakage between the two guitarists? I'm thinking about using some gobos or blankets so that they can see each other (one in front of the other) and still have some isolation. I've recorded acoustic guitar lots of times but I've never had to do vocals/guitar at the same time, so that's my main concern. Both guitars (and other instruments, like banjo or ukulele, which one of the two will occasionally play on some tracks) are outfitted with pickups, and I'll be recording them too together with the mic. Any advice or suggestions will be very much appreciated. L.G.