Violin, Viola, Cello and Bass (Contrabass?),
Two controls Reverb and width of the tail piece of the violin pushing the "set width" button.
which is really useful for controlling the size of the fretboard
and being able to use it for any sized device.
Then holding your finger at the bottom where it is labeled pizzicato
and play the notes with your other finger you will achieve Pizzicato effect meaning short notes being sounded.
It has a clean sound to it it does sound like a natural string instrument
and because of low latency and being very responsive to expressive playing
it has a lot of potential to be used in all kinds of musical situations.
Combined with some creative use of effects
it could become a small staple in your productions.