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Backyard Music BSD Pre-Fretted Cardboard Dulcimer Kit (Set of 12)

Brand: Backyard Music


Item: #300187
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Pre-cut cardboard soundbox; frets pre-installed; no sharp tools required for assembly. Parts packed in bulk, with fewer sets of assembly directions than individual kits. For schools and group building projects. Price for set of 12 kits.

***Do you need a bulk pack of more than 12 kits? Call us for information on special custom bulk packs!***


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West Music Store
great way to get more for your money. Cardboard sound box holds up well.
PAMELA S on Jan 22, 2012
What age group do you recommend? Could 3rd grade students build a dulcimer?
Kathy S on Sep 26, 2015
Best Answer: 5th grade and up is what is suggested. 3rd-4th grade could be possible, but there might be more hand-holding/guidance required. There is nothing dangerous involved (other than the use of glue in the instructions and stringing up the instrument), but I would try to stick to 5th grade and up.
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What's the difference between the PSD and the BSD dulcimer kits?
A shopper on Aug 10, 2015
Best Answer: They are the same instruments. The BSD refers to the bundled pack of 12 dulcimers.
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