I recorded my father-in-law this past Saturday. He's got a great guitar and great technique, so I knew it would come out good, but he also induces noise. He had his aortic (heart) valve replaced a couple years ago and now has a plastic valve - that clicks. That's right, his chest clicks.
I decided to record the guitar with 2 mics (AKG 451 and 414) in a mid-side setup. I pointed the mics at the 12th fret from slightly above the guitar to try to get his chest to the null side of the setup (side mic already had the null facing him, but I was trying to get the click to the side of the cardioid).
Alas, there is still some clicking on the track:
What's the best way to minimize the clicks?