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Pirastro Viola Strings: Evah Pirazzi, Obligato, Passione, Olive, Flexocor, Permanent, Eudoxa, Gold Label Wondertone, Tonica,
Chorda, Chromcor
Thomastik-Infeld Viola Strings: Dominant,
Spirocore, Vision, Vision Solo, Superflexible,
Precision
Jargar Viola Strings
D'Addario Viola Strings: Helicore, Zyex, Kaplan,
Pro Arte
Larsen
Prim Viola Strings
Warchal: Brilliant Vintage, Karneol
Violin/Viola Rosin
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Superflexible Viola Strings

Like Thomastik's Superflexible Viola strings are of the same or similar type technology as their Spirocore strings. If you have tried the Spirocore (a very popular C and G string), but they tend to sound to stiff or bright on your particular viola, then the Superflexibles might be just the right string that you are looking for. They basically come as a chrome set, but also have a Silver C, a Tungsten C and aluminum A string (which is found at the bottom of the order list here.)

SF-001

Superflexible Viola Set
Quantity:

$59.50

SF-002

Superflexible Chrome A string
Quantity:

$11.50

SF-003

Superflexible Chrome D string
Quantity:

$13.65

SF-004

Superflexible Chrome G string
Quantity:

$16.95

SF-005

Superflexible Chrome C string
Quantity:

$17.50

SF-006

Superflexible Silver C string
Quantity:

$31.95

SF-007 Superflexible Tungsten C string
Quantity:

$36.25

SF-008 Superflexible A Aluminum string
Quantity:

$9.70



Manufacturer: Brands:
Combined Custom Sets for Viola You name it...we combine it!
Pirastro Viola Strings Evah Pirazzi, Passione, Obligato, Gold Label, Olive, Chorda, Eudoxa and Paranito and Tonica
Thomastik-Infeld Viola Strings Spirocore, (most popular are the C and G's!) Dominants,  Vision
Larsen Viola Strings Offered in light, medium, heavy gauge.
D'Addario Viola Strings Helicore, Kaplan and Prelude cello strings
Jargar Viola Strings Jargar Supremes, come in light, medium and heavy gauges.
Prim Offered in light, medium and orchestra heavy gauge.
Warchal Brilliant and Karneol  (These are new and getting popular.)

We also have some helpful and interesting links about individual string brands, comparisons and some practical related viola information to read: