A good Uni-Vibe stylee or an EH Small Stone (either being deeper, cluckier, lusher than a Phase 90) will get you well in the ballpark.
If miking an amp's speaker, fool around with mic-placement such as off-axis, mic at an angle instead of straight on to the speaker.
If going direct, go for as clear and clean/non-overdriven a sound as you can (no crappy blatzy peaks), with lots of compression one way or another.
If possible, reverb should not necessarily be amp/tube/spring type or sim thereof, but room or plate style, sparkly clean, bright but warm. A little
echo, too; listen closely to figure out the right delay-time/tap-tempo and number of repeats/regeneration.
With a Strat, 'vibe or Small Stone, compressor, and echo pedals, and a Fender Twin, Pro, or Deluxe Reverb (these kinds of amps, lots from other makers will do the bf/tweed Fendery clean; Carvin "Vintage" series amps, Peavey Classics, etc.)
, I could really nicely cop this sound live. Better yet, if money were no object
, a Strat and those pedals hitting two amps- a Matchless JJ-30 AND a Tone King Comet 40B or Meteor II or Fender Vibro King simultaneously via a good A/B/Y like a Fulltone True-Path or Radial Switchbone... Sparkly and shimmery... ! Sorry, didn't mean to drool... !