Today, while in the shower, I was thinking about all the things I could record in my own home with my h4n (thanks largely to the inspiration from the Sounds of Star Wars book, which EVERYONE who's into sound needs to have), and, as always, I kind of fixated on the possibilities I have in a '66 Cadillac sitting in my garage. It's old, it smells amazing, and has all the sounds you'd associate with a car of that era (minus the engine sounds... it doesn't run, right now).
I would LOVE to record this car, but my garage is tiny, untreated, and would most likely reflect sounds like a mirror.
Would something like the sE Electronics Reflexion help this problem, at least enough to get decent quality recordings? For the price, am I better off picking up an NTG-2, or would that suffer the same reflection problems?