I haven’t played through either of those (well, maybe a Bluesbreaker at some point, given how long they’ve been around) but I’d be surprised if they managed to have the clean headroom that this has. I find using the presence to dial in the mid and higher freq. “clarity” and the boost to add clarity to the bass, I’m able to get what I’m after really fast. Since I seem to be building a number of low gain, clean boosts, I suppose a Morning Glory is going to get added to the queue.
I do like the feel of playing it with the boost off, it’s very similar at that point to the Chop Shop, (more in feel; sound is also very similar until the Chop Shop starts to push, and then it has a more graceful, or possibly more soulful, breakup than the Pot and Kettle.)
I wasn’t expecting to like the P&K as much as I do!