So this technique is actually the same we make us of in the Major scale and Dorian and Phrygian Extreme Tapping lick we did the last few times, we just change the major third into a minor third and change the ninth or second into a flattened and use the index finger for this of course, this way get the Locrian, then this new pattern in the tapping hand makes sure we get the flattened fifth and omits the fourth, the two whole steps in the tapping hand also gives us the flattened sixth and seventh as well giving us the complete Locrian scale except for the fourth

This technique is something I invented because I wanted to use as many fingers as possible for tapping but still keeping the pick between my index finger and thumb. This way I can go from technique to technique without any problems, it demands some dampening to make it work. If you are new to this idea of tapping with all the fingers you will need to practice it of course to make it become even in timing as well as a equal quality between all the notes.

See the Tablature below and make sure that since this is not one of those long and in depth describing videos I normally do, that you really pay attention to the quality of each note and also if you produce any excess string noise which comes easy with this technique unfortunately