Watch the Jazz: Technique 1 online guitar lesson by Robbie Calvo from RhythmCraft

This progression is a jazz blues in the key of C. I've provided a chord chart for you and chord diagrams so that you can see where the chord changes occur and what voicings you can use over those changes.

You may need to work on some of the shapes if they are new to you but I think you'll agree they sound really sweet and well worth the effort. The initial approach to playing through this jazz blues is to play all of our chords as "spreads" so that we can familiarize ourselves with the changes and new shapes without worrying about complex rhythms. When you feel comfortable with the chord changes try adding a "skank" accent to the chords after your spreads. Those accents will fall on beats 2 and 4. You can attack the strings with your pick either with a downstroke or upstroke on the top strings, or you can use your fingers to pluck the strings and define which notes you have sound. This is especially helpful on the diminished 7th chord moves.

Study the video segments to see the dynamic right hand approaches to playing through this. Visualize the chord changes in position as this will help you retain the order in which the chords should be played and allow you to transpose this progression into any other key.