#1
Curious as to how one would go about this and what one would need.

Would something like a simple Woody series soundhole pickup, wired through an endpin jack be acceptable? Would that be considered crude? What would a better option be?

What all equipment would be required for an operation like this?
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#3
Those actually look very reasonably priced thanks for the suggestion.
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#4
I like soundhole/magnetic pickups, but I would only buy one that had adjustable pole pieces. The reason is that the magnetic output between individual acoustic (80/20, phos bronze) strings is much greater than between individual electric strings, so they are more difficult to balance. - And you might not like the way a fixed-pole one comes.

The Baggs M1 Active behaves like a combined magnetic and piezo, so you get a of of body sounds from it, good if you want to do tapping or like some acoustic noises to come through. I have one in my prewar Gibson. It is very bright, so might you end up cutting the treble, as I do.