Cecilio Violas?

Cecilio Violas?

Cecilio Violas?    08:11 on Friday, April 06, 2012          

(1 point)
Posted by FudgeFiddle

Hi, I've been looking for a viola to start on as I wanted to learn a classical instrument. I found a brand called "Cecilio". Do you guys know if they're any good? If not, do you have any recommendations for a good quality starter viola? I'm on a bit of a tight budget though. The max of my price range would have to be $400.

Re: Cecilio Violas?    23:32 on Saturday, April 14, 2012          

(55 points)
Posted by sguerrero

KOHR brand violas are very good. they can take you from starting to professional levels. they can be a bit pricy though. mine was anout 400 with case, rosin, shoulder rest and 50 dolllar cleaning kit, but on sale, and when i googled the serial number it was normally 700-800. i bought it at sam ash, they generally have good sales. hope this helps

Re: Cecilio Violas?    09:23 on Sunday, April 15, 2012          

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Posted by gutrplyr9

For as good quality at half the price, check this model


Solid woods and ebony fittings.


Page above has reviews for Cecelio

Re: Cecilio Violas?    14:39 on Friday, November 16, 2012          

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Posted by zer01ka

I'm learning viola (newbie) and I'm curious if anyone has ever heard of anton amara? apparently he is the manufacturer of a viola I picked up for $25 on the lable it states "Anton Amara 2004 Made for W.H. Lee Educational Strings - Chicago. Any help would be appreciated.


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