It's a cross between a violin, cello and guitar. The violin frequently uses cross-tuning in Appalachian, southern American, and Scandinavian folk music. The ideal way to perform this rapid string crossing is with a curved bow arm movement.
Cross-tuning can provide a unique and distinct tonal quality to the violin. It allows for open-string drones or sympathetic vibrations, creating a rich and resonant sound. Tabs for Violin Cross (AEAE) can help violinists explore and take advantage of these tonal possibilities.
Also, you can transpose notes and download the violin cross tab. Transposing notes is a valuable skill for musicians, allowing flexibility in adapting music to different contexts, instruments, and personal preferences.