This 7-9-3-13 chord voicing is the perfect companion to that 3-5-7-9 minor chord voicing when playing a II-V chord progression. You’ll want to learn this one in all keys, as you’ll likely be using it quite often. Think of those two voicings as working together as a unit. This 7-9-3-13 chord voicing certainly can and will be used out of the context of the II-V chord progression also. If you enjoy tutorials in line with this topic, consider getting involved with ProProach, a collection of 25 lessons. With this program, the spotlight is placed on cocktail piano chord voicings.