Watch the Seashore online guitar lesson by Jon Finn from 30 Melodic Modal Rock Licks You MUST Know
There's that "D-shaped triangle" again! Y'know, once you realize you've hit on something you like, you end up using it a lot! Here, the "triangle" shape outlines a B chord, played against the E chord. Doing this creates a major 7th sound against the E chord. Almost like jazz, but not really. To wrap up, it goes back to some phrases that use more bends. Check the video and the notation for more detail.