I'm loathe to answer when it says "Best". One bassist's "best" is another's "worst".
I've tried all but a very few on a very revealing test bed. Included in my quest were numerous channel strips and DIs.
I won't go into depth here but there are pres for Fender sound, pres for SVT sound. So choosing based on those parameters narrows the field some.
The Summit TD-100 - while some may need tone controls others fine this the simplest way to have almost nothing between your bass and amplification.
The loading control is a real treat. By adjusting the load knob you can get at my count the equivalent of bringing five different passive basses to a session.
As you crank the pre gain you get more and more tube added to the SS sound.
It has harmonically rich tones.
The Kern - capable of the tubilicious while simultaneously being SS clear. Not one but two 12Ax7s. 12au7 discreetly for the DI. Responds well to tube rolling.
Glockenklang BAC - The opposite design direction from Kern. SS quickness clarity with more warmth than I've seen in many hybrids and some tube amps. Fat bottom while you play really clear chords. Has those complex harmonics that we call sweetness in the mids that seem to be the sole domain of tubes.
Let me say here I favor tubes for their clarity, response like the note coming out of the speaks is attached to your fingers like glue.
I don't prefer grit unless I want it. Generally if the rig is right I get that from finger attack on purpose.
All of the pres noted here apply significant voltage to their tubes really getting the goodness out.
The Jules Monique - everything I've said about the other three but in a magnitude that exceeds description. The eq. is completely independent. Minute adjustments are very effective. Flat is glorious! Power tube sound in a pre. No exaggeration.