#1
Hey guys,

I want to record some vocals and acoustic guitar (at the same time) in a bathroom cause I love the sound.
I'm not sure how the best way of recording it would be tho.

I have two choices.
I can

A) Use my Zoom H2 as a room mic with the 4 channel setting (or other settings) so it captures all the acoustics
http://www.zoom.co.jp/english/products/h2/
Or

B) Mic up my vocals and guitar. The mics I have are a SM58 and a rode M3.
I'll be the mics through my little mixer, one left channel, one right then output it to my Zoom and it records it.
Sm 58 -http://www.shure.com/americas/products/microphones/sm/sm58-vocal-microphone
Rode M3 - http://rodemic.com/microphone.php?product=M3

Thanks guys
#3
I'd use the M3 on the acoustic guitar, the 58 for your vocals and then keep the zoom in the middle of the room for some ambiance.
#4
Thanks dude,
I only problem is I can only use the M3 and the 58 at the same time or just use the H2 because of my set up.
So I'll use the M3 and 58