Hey, I have yet another question for this all-mighty forum. I have a bedroom recording studio and m currently working on a important project. I usually throw a couple mics in front of a 4x12 cab and just track guitars that way, but here's the prolem: the guitarist plays in about 5-6 feet away from the cab in the same room, so no matter what he plays the damn mics on the cab pick up the acoustical strumming from the guitar. So everytime I go back to listen to a track you can hear his damn pick strumming the guitar, when all I want is what's coming from the cab. I can't isolate it, it's nearly impossible, unless the guitarist is in a totally different room from the mics. What do I do??? I always see videos of big time bands in the studio. where the guitarist is in a very small, isolated tracking room where he has only a few feet between him and the miked cab, so those mics should pick up every strum of the pick on the strings, how do they get away with it??? Maybe a gate??? Help!