wanna make sure I have this right- The amp that Clapton played on the beano album was a Marshall bluesbreaker. (I don't know if it was called that first, or just came to be called that because he played it while in the bluesbreakers. But that's neither here nor there). Many years later Marshall put out a pedal called the bluesbreaker. It was probably supposed to sound like the old amp, but it didn't, but it was still quite popular as a "transparent overdrive" but it was basically a different thing/sound from the amp. Now, today, there are a number of bluesbreaker clone or inspired by type pedals- jhs mornin glory, wampler pantheon and king of tone, among others. Those pedals are copying the pedal, not amp, I believe. Is that right? And finally, today, there are plexi in a box type pedals. Sometimes that Clapton beano amp gets swept up in the very flexible definition of plexi, even though I don't think it had the plexiglass panel from where the term comes from. All of this is a long way of asking am I correct- a contemporary plexi style pedal and a bluesbreaker pedal do two different things and aren't going to overlap all that much, right?