I like that David. (The Backside) LOL, yes knowing the 3rd position like I do now, that is a good nickname for it. Sounds like some Cajun came up with that, because he didn't quite know how to explain it more accurately. And yes it's the hidden backside and feels like you're playing backwards that dam "F" to the 3rd..
As far as for that 4th position key of "D" on the "C" accordion. Just go and play them songs I posted to play along with. When you get it, you'll know for certain that there is a "the dirty backside" LOL the 4th.
No one ever really talks about the "D"irty 4th. Marc Savoy knows it, and I am certain about that, be he aint offering to tell anyone about it, so I thought I would bring it to the light so to speak. When you know how to play in the Dirty 4th folks, you're doing pretty got dam good as far as I'm concerned. Almost a Master!
To be a Master, the way I see it, You have to be able to teach it to at least 3 students.
LOL, to be a Grand Master, you have to be able to teach it to 50 or more students or at least make them aware of it. You know, kinda like I did. LOL again. Right Jerr?
Pahahahaha Nate. Believe it or not, that was the very first song I learned on an electric guitar myself. But it wasn't in any particular key, I picked it out one string and note at a time. And I did that without any marijuwanna in my system. I was 7 years old. Hadn't started smoking yet.
Stop being sarcastic. You had better believe like you believe in Jeezus that there is a 4th position on that got dam accordion. In fact, I'm about to post a song on the other discussion about "Finally a way to Master the 4th" that is in the 4th position on a "D" accordion which would be the key of "E". Go have a listen. Don't let it spook you.