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We got a Kinder Lyre kit from Harps of Lorien and it was really easy to put together. All you have to do is sand the lyre, apply a finish, cut wires, thread it, screw the pins down, and tune it.
Ask the owner if he has any second quality kits. We got a really good discount and the only flaws were that two pin holes were visible from the back. I also suggest buying a case so it doesn't get damaged if you take it places and an extra set of strings because I broke a string when I tried tuning it
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