Best Viola Strings 2018
|Viola String||Recommended For||Price|
|1. Thomastik-Infeld – Dominant||Intermediate||Under $100|
|2. Evah Pirazzi Gold/Regular||Intermediate/Expert||Under $120|
|3. Thomastik-Infeld Spirocore||Intermediate||Under $80|
|4. Larsen||Intermediate/Expert||Under $150|
|5. Prelude||Beginner||Under $30|
|6. Jargar||Intermediate||Under $50|
|7. Pirastro – Obligato||Intermediate/Expert||Under $120|
|8. Helicore||Beginner||Under $60|
|9. Prim||Beginner||Under $30|
|10. Pirastro Passione||Expert||Under $120|
Common Viola String Combinations
Many violists don’t just choose one brand of viola strings for all four strings. In fact, violists are the most common string players to combine different brands for their A, D, G, and C strings. To do this, you can find individual strings on Amazon, such as the Larsen A string, instead of buying a pack of all four strings.
The most common combination is a Larsen A, Larsen D, Spirocore Tungsten G, and Spirocore Tungsten C.