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I would go with Cecilio. You can also buy Cecilio violins from http://www.Fiddlershop.com . I have a Cecileo electric which works just fine for me. Don't expect to get a 500.00 violin for 100.00 but they will serve you fine.
You can start learning before you own a violin, like holding the bow can be done with a pencil and practice bowing. Use the learning tools and games then when your violin comes you should be able to start playing right away.
Just remember you are never too old to learn to play violin.
Any questions just ask and someone if not everyone will help you.
Good wishes on your journey.
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