This lick is a must know. It is a famous jazz lick straight that I first heard Barney Kessell use on a recording. The lick starts on the 5th then a chromatic pattern leads you from the D note up to the E or third. The phrase ends with another essential lick that ends on the 9th or 2nd or D note. Try this one in other positions to enhance your knowledge of this lick and your knowledge of the fingerboard. And always be able to sing the lick to help you internalize it.