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Home : Trade Secrets Archive : Issue 186, How to get a good clean solder joint!
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The three basics to keep in mind if you want your work to be as good or better than the guitar's original wiring.
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blankMarch 14, 2013
blankIn this Trade Secrets Video:
  • checkmarkNew to soldering? The most important points, quick and easy.
  • checkmarkKeeping the iron clean and tinned: that's half the battle.
  • checkmarkWhat if the solder won't stick to the soldering iron?
Problem-solving products for this kind of work:
Solomon SL-30 Soldering Station
Pro-quality iron with digital temperature control.
CTS Control Pots
First choice for long life and smooth response. 250K and 500K-ohms.
Orange Drop Caps
Hot-rod your factory wiring with these caps. Favorites for restorations and new builds, too.
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Kester Pocket-Pak Solder
The right solder for guitar wiring, in a handy dispenser tube.
Solomon SR-965 Soldering Iron
Durable, reliable, a great value!
Solomon Solder Sucker
The ultimate desoldering tool!
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