#1
an acoustic pickup? For example, with a SD Woody, do you just clip it on and your done? or do you need some sort of preamp too?
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#2
For a Seymour Duncan Woody...
1. slip the pickup under the strings and push the edge of the soundhole into one of the grooves
2. push on the pickup a little and slip the other side in.
3. make sure the wire's coming out on the lower half of the guitar.

If im not mistaken, all the SD woody's are passive pickups. a preamp would greatly benefit you, but is not completely necessary. it will definitely work without one, but you'll need to crank up the volume to get the loudness you desire.
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#3
it's just clip and play..
Gear:

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Ibanez AEG8E-NT w/ Seymour Duncan Woody SC
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Vox Pathfinder 15R