Submarine Professional Bass Preamp Pedal with UltraBASS


Aren’t you sick of your sound when you listen to commercial CDs with outstanding fat-and-clear-at-the-same-time killer bass tone? We can help you without demanding high bucks with this bass preamp pedal.

Most people seems to think that Submarine beefs up their sound, adds a warmness and smoothness to it, enhances the low ends or clarifies the high end and is just useful as a regular preamp would be for some situations and settings. Some people claims gain structure is somewhat similar to vintage specs. We just love them.

Submarine is more of a tone shaping preamp than anything else. However, it is capable of a more than fair amount of clean boost when the volume control is cranked and it never distorts, even if it is used with higher output active basses. You can easily drive a power amp with it, use it as a direct recording preamp or use it as a stand-alone pedal. Submarine proves that versatility isn’t always determined by the number of the controls.

Now with the addition of UltraBASS switch, the user would be able boost the bass and sub-bass frequencies regardless of the tone control position. Our collaboration with Kreuzer Electronics allowed us to build the best Submarine of all times.

You can view/download the Quick Start Guides from here and here.


  • Professional Bass Preamp Pedal
  • Volume and Tone (goes from earth shaking to cut-thru sizzling) controls
  • UltraBass Toggle (boosts the bass and sub-bass frequencies up a couple of notches)
  • Takes a 9V Battery (included) or a 9VDc stompbox power supply
  • Reliable and sturdy full metal construction
  • Heavy duty true bypass switch
  • Exclusive ultra bright low current blue status LED
  • 1/4″ female output, 1/4″ female input jack (Input jack acts as an on-off switch)

For information on how we record samples, please visit Recoding FAQ page. The numbers refer to clock positions, for example Tone 12 means tone knob is set to 12 o’clock. If a toggle was set to default position, it is omitted in the title; i.e. if UltraBASS was off, there would be no reference to it. A particular toggle is only mentioned if it was on when that sample was recorded unless it is a two position mode switch.

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Notice: It may take up to a minute for the sound samples to be loaded, depending on your connection. Please wait until all of them are up for the best listening experience. Samples are listed in no particular order.