With a great guitar like yours I would look at a good natural pickup. I have a couple LR baggs pickups and an I-beam would be really nice in your guitar it is about $ 100 plus installation , but can be done easily yourself. A step up is the Anthem and there are two versions the SL and the true- mic. The SL is the same dual pickup it just doesn't have a convenient blend knob to balance the two and is the one I prefer to keep it simple with just a volume control inside the soundhole. It has a small screw to balance the mic and transducer. It is the best pickup I have heard. www.lrbaggs.com
KK sound makes a Country Western and is the pickup of choice for bluegrassers it is natural sounding with no quack and is available in a passive and active model. The passive models are prone to feedback issues and also need a di box of some sort for a preamp.
B-band also makes a very nice pickup that is none intrusive and I have one of them also and they are nice but for the same price comparing the B-band A-A2 to the LR baggs Anthem SL the , Anthem is a bit better.
Most of the good pickups just require drilling out your end pin of your guitar and slipping in the pre-amp , installing the volume control, battery,transducer or mic and plug in and play. If you are somewhat handy you can install any of these yourself.
Later, Wayne P