I have a ton of jazz books, and I understand theory, but I've never had the energy to build up a vocabulary of licks. Jazzguitar.be has just released a new course and I am enjoying it like no jazz book I have used in the past. https://www.jazzguitar.be/courses/product/jazz-guitar-patterns-volume-1/ The course is structured where the author gives you one or two choruses of a composed solo for a classic jazz song, and every bar is a numbered "pattern". The patterns are often reused a few times in the song, sometimes in the context of a different chord to help your fingers and ears learn it. For each song, the course includes a vid of the author playing the solo and an accompaniment track for your practice. Then each pattern gets an analysis page where they give you the pattern in different positions on the fretboard and discuss how it can be applied. The course includes 8 solos, which cover 87 patterns. I've really just started working thru it, but I have learned a bunch of good licks just from the first two solos. IMO it's a bit pricey at $39.99, so far for me it has been well worth it.