How to Sound Like Mick Taylor The Rolling Stones Tone

Hey guys Ive been asked recently how to sound like Mick Taylor recently, so I thought I would post a video answering this question. From 69-71 Mick primarily ran his 61 sg through a cranked fender twin reverb with jbl d120f speakers. it wasnt untill 1972 that he made the switch to Ampeg V-4 stacks. This video is to show how you can get in the ball park with any old blackfaceearly silverface fender amp. Thanks for watching. About me: Hello my name is Temy Swinford, and I am a 20 year-old self-taught blues guitarist from Dover, DE. I received my first guitar as a christmas gift when I was 14 years-old. I played for a few months picking up a few songs by bands like Green Day and Blink-182, but I ultimately got bored with it and quit. My passion for the blues and guitar came to life in 2010, when I saw Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood in concert. This experience instantly changed my life. The sounds that Eric created that evening, generated an emotional response that I simply cannot explain. This experience sparked my everlasting obsession with both music and guitar. Shortly after this, I knew that my life will always revolve around playing guitar. I instantly set out on a quest to learn how to play the blues, and get the sounds out of my head. I then began to buy albums from various bluesrock artist such as Cream, the Rolling Stones, the Allman Brothers Band, BB King, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Michael Bloomfield, and various other artists. As my playing improved, I became more <b>…<b>