#1
Ok, for my new Epi Dove, i need a soundhole pickup for the purpose of just recording and doin small coffee shop gigs... We are doin kinda country, mellow pop kind of feel...

what do you think i should get?

Dean Markley Pro Mag Grand 59.99

or

Dean Markley Pro Mag SC-1 49.99

or

Seymour Duncan Woody SC Single-Coil 39.99

or

Seymour Duncan Woody HC Hum-Canceling 49.99
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#2
get the Seymour Duncan Woody HC Hum-Canceling

i have the first one and it sucks all the tone out of your sound
a humbucker should have a more natural warmer & balanced sound to it
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#3
The Seymour Duncans are decent. Although... being a passive pickup, it might not have enough power to sound good. You might need a preamp box.
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#4
Those are all pretty similar sounding in my opinion.

And captivate is right that with what he said above. If you need much volume you are going to need a DI box or some kind of preamp to boost the signal.