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Solomon SR-965 Soldering Iron

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Solomon SR-965 Soldering Iron Domestic, 110-volt

Domestic, 110-volt

Item # 0502
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$14.95

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Solomon SR-965 Soldering Iron International, 220-volt

International, 220-volt

Item # 0602
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$14.95

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Solomon SR-965 Soldering Iron 1/32" fine point tip for SR-965

1/32" fine point tip for SR-965

Item # 0512
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$3.19

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Solomon SR-965 Soldering Iron 1/8" chisel tip for SR-965

1/8" chisel tip for SR-965

Item # 0513
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$3.19

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Solomon SR-965 Soldering Iron

About This Item

Durable • Reliable • Great price!
The best economy-priced iron we've found for guitar and amp soldering jobs.

It heats to 400 degrees F (204 degrees C), and at 40 watts, is a step above short-lived 15-30 watt megamart irons.

    Features include:
  • Affordable price, exceptional quality
  • Durable stainless steel shank sleeve
  • Comfortable cushioned grip
  • Long-life non-corrosive 1/32" fine-point tip
  • 4-1/2 foot cord
    We recommend:
  • Order a chisel tip for soldering connections to the back of a control pot or grounding a wire to a tremolo claw. It's also handy for steaming out wood dents with a damp cloth.
  • The adjustable Soldering Stand is a must-have for convenience and safety.
  • Use #0505 standard 60/40 rosin core solder with this iron. Lead-free solder is not recommended due to its high melting point (above 420°F).

#0502 is a 110-volt AC electrical appliance, 60Hz. It has a U.S. standard Type A plug with two flat parallel prongs, ungrounded.

#0602 is a 220-volt AC electrical appliance, 50Hz. It has an international plug Type C (Europlug) with two round prongs, ungrounded.


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Soldering

The do's and don'ts of soldering.

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solder iron

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hot iron

5.0

Does the trick perfectly

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I use this for occasional soldering jobs. When I was professional I had a much more expensive station but this one heats up fast, has a nice balance/weight to it, and so far has not failed me on the few jobs I have done. I use this maybe 1-2 hours max a weekend, so we will see how long it lasts.... but for me it I perfect and at an excellent price, I can buy several for the price of one of the professional stations. Add the stand and it is almost as convenient too....

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Gets the Job Done

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With the chisel tip and the fine tip it can handle any guitar work- from soldering sensitive caps to attaching pickup covers.

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5.0

Great for guitar wiring

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I used this to re-wire my Stratocaster and transfer the stock chrome pickup covers on my Casino to some aftermarket pickups. It worked great on both jobs. I bought the chisel tip, which worked really well.

5.0

Great Product

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Just right for pots, switches and pickups.

5.0

Works like a dream

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Soldering typically gives me fits, but working with the SR-965 has been almost a pleasure. Takes the initial tinning well, heats fast enough... well it does what an iron should.

5.0

These Were A Christmas Present 

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My husband Loves It !

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solomon sr 965

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glad I bought my soldering iron from stew mac and not radio shack make sure you purchase the thicker tip for wiring guitars as the one he uses in the video

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Great customer service from Stew Mac

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After little use the tip of this iron had fused and I could no longer change tips. Stew Mac immediately sent me a new one. I didn't even ask for one, just for advice on what to do.

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