Violas Under $5,000

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  • $765.00 - $925.00
    A first-rate Viola for students which features a solid spruce top, solid maple sides and inlaid purfling. This Viola includes ebony pegs, fingerboard and...
  • $1,080.00 - $1,375.00
    For the advancing student, more than a beginner Viola, it has a warmer sound and wonderful response. Features include a solid spruce top, sturdy maple...
  • $1,800.00 - $2,050.00
    An excellent Viola for students and part-time musicians. It features a rich, clear and deep alto sound with an easy playability. This fine Viola features...
  • $2,300.00 - $2,550.00
    This is the viola for the advancing student. It has a rich, clear, powerful and deep alto sound with an excellent, complex texture. Its fine spirit varnish...
  • $3,200.00 - $3,800.00
    This choice old European Viola virtually sings when the bow is drawn on it. Many players prefer older Violas because the wood hardens with age. The result...
  • $2,800.00 - $3,300.00
    This lovely European made Viola compares favorably with other Violas costing up to $25,000. The Viola has a full, complex tone with wonderful balance....
  • $3,500.00 - $4,000.00
    A wonderful Viola with a full, vibrant tone and superb balance for advancing students. A quality work of art from European workshops makes this Viola very...
  • $4,000.00 - $4,500.00
    A Viola with marvelous tone and balance, meticulous craftsmanship. Lovely arching for a full, flourishing tone. This well-recommended European Viola is...
  • John (Jan) Juzek (b.1892, d.1965) was born in Písek, Czech Republic and in the early 1900s he operated a violin-making workshop in Schönbach....
  • John (Jan) Juzek (b.1892, d.1965) was born in Písek, Czech Republic and in the early 1900s he operated a violin-making workshop in Schönbach....
  • Roman Teller operated a well-known violin workshop in Erlangen, Germany. His son-in-law Rudolph Bruchner eventually took over the business and retained...
  • Roman Teller operated a well-known violin workshop in Erlangen, Germany. His son-in-law Rudolph Bruchner eventually took over the business and retained...
  • Ernst Heinrich Roth (b.1877, d.1948) was born in Markneukirchen, Germany, to a violin-maker father – Gustav Robert – who founded a violin shop...
  • Julius Heberlein (b.1866) was born in Markneukirchen, Germany into a renowned family of legendary luthiers. He was especially known for his ability to...
  • Gunther Prager brand produces modern-day, German instruments, modeled on Amati’s works. This viola retains the Old World look and sound while still...
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    Johann Köberling trained and worked as a luthier in Grafenaschau, Germany and went on to become a master maker. Beginning in 1984, Köberling...