We always have an extended stock of violas ready to sell in our shop
They range from student instruments to handmade master instruments, and include both old and new instruments
When buying a viola, it is always good to know which size you want to play.
Body sizes are usually what is indicated – which is somewhat inaccurate, however, because there are also violas with a large body but a relatively short neck (and thus relatively short vibrating string length). The instrument should never be “too big”. You may still be able to cope with it well while you are young. But a few years later, or after many years of playing in an orchestra, many musicians do prefer to switch over to a slightly smaller viola.
So finding the right size is an additional challenge.
You should take your time. Come by and try it out at your leisure. If an instrument seems particularly interesting, you may also try it out at home or in the concert hall. We will give you a week or 10 days to decide.
Our advice is: wherever you might to go look for viola, never let anyone pressure you to buy.