Watch the Jazzed Blues in F Comping online guitar lesson by Andreas Oberg from Jazz Combustion

In this breakdown Andreas covers his favorite voicings when tackling a blues in F. He then discusses the structure of a typical jazz blues tune. While a jazz blues retains the standard 12-bar format, it expands on the tonic-dominant-subdominant chord structure by integrating more sophisticated chord tones into the mix such as 9, 13 and diminished chords. Andreas also covers useful chord substitutions and their relationships.