I wanna record some songs, which I sing and play on the acoustic guitar (+ some harmonica here and there). I wanna get two microphones: one for the guitar and one for my voice/harmonica, in order to have as little voice on the guitar track as possible, and as little guitar on the voice track as possible. The reason being I want to have maximum control when it comes to mixing. But here's the thing: I live in a van. In such a tiny room, chances are I'll be getting a lot of reverb.
I've been advised to go for a KSM42 for the voice and a KSM137 for the guitar, but because of the environment I'll be recording in I'm wondering if I actually should get two dynamic "shotgun" microphones instead.
What microphone "type" should I go for?
EDIT: I really don't believe in recording both tracks separately. A song is not all about notes and chords, it's not all about "making music"; it's about recording a performance. Maybe some musicians are fine doing it, but to me you simply can't get all the soul of a song if you brake that subtle and very important connection between strumming a guitar and letting your guts out of your mouth.