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Solomon SL-30 Soldering Station

Solomon SL-30 Soldering Station

Solomon SL-30 Soldering Station Domestic, 110-volt

Domestic, 110-volt

Item # 0501
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$118.91

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Solomon SL-30 Soldering Station International, 220-volt

International, 220-volt

Item # 0601
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$118.91

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Solomon SL-30 Soldering Station 1/32" fine point tip for SL-30

1/32" fine point tip for SL-30

Item # 0510
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$3.92

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Solomon SL-30 Soldering Station 1/8" chisel tip for SL-30

1/8" chisel tip for SL-30

Item # 0511
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$3.92

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Solomon SL-30 Soldering Station

About This Item

Pro quality! Adjustable digitally controlled heat lets you get clean, professional solder connections for a variety of jobs.

No cold solder joints, no uncooperative solder flow, no burned connections.

Adjustable temperature control: The SL-30 soldering station's heat sensor is located near the soldering tip for a fast, accurate and consistent LCD Celsius readout, from 160-480 degrees (320-900 degrees F). For extended service life, an electronically switched transformer isolates the tip from transient AC voltage spikes.

    The SL-30 Soldering Station includes:
  • Comfort-grip soldering iron with 3-1/2 foot heat-resistant cord and 1/32" fine-point tip for precision soldering
  • Easy-reach adjustable soldering iron holder, with vented steel safety cover for heat dissipation
  • Tip-wiping sponge

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.

#0501 is a 110-volt AC electrical appliance, 60Hz. It has a U.S. standard Type A plug with two flat parallel prongs, ungrounded.

#0601 is a 220-volt AC electrical appliance, 50Hz. It has an international plug Type C (Europlug) with two round prongs, ungrounded.



CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.


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5.0

Very nice!

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Bought this to replace a cheapo iron. Leaps and bounds superior. It reminded me how unfamiliar I am with the metric system, c'mon it's not that tough! Good purchase.

5.0

Great shop tool

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I have been wanting to replace an old Radio Shack soldering iron for years. With the discount from StewMac now I have been able to now.

4.0

Good buy !

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Passing from my old iron to this made fixing stuff amusing ;).

5.0

Solomon Soldering Tips

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These tips are for the Solomon SL-30 but they work just fine in my SL-10.
Perfect. Thanks StewMac

5.0

Works great!

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Verified Buyer


I’m not a professional but it is perfect for repairing my own gear. I found that you have to put it in the red zone to make it work the best. Glad I brought it and wish I did sooner. Recommend getting the flat tip too. Super easy to swap out tips.

5.0

neck reset

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I recently had to do my first neck reset. I was thinking about what I would need to set up a steaming system and checked Stew-Mac to see what was available. I ran across the Heat Stick, it sounded like a better deal than a lot of dripping water, etc. So I bought it and since I needed anew soldering gun also bought the Solomon SL-30. While waiting for the delivery I made a neck removing jig based on some I have seen on YouTube. I used my waist heating blanket from my bender to heat up the fingerboard extension and carefully worked it loose. After reading and following the instructions that came with the Heat Stick I had the neck off in 25 minutes!! Perfect removal, no damage to any parts. As others have stated, it would be nice if hole you have to drill was smaller, but after filling with epoxy & rosewood dust it is barely noticeable. I did re-fill the holes while the neck was still off so that the epoxy wouldn't run down into the dovetail and present a problem for the next guy that does this. One happy camper!!

5.0

Excellent soldering iron

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I just finished building my first tube amp, a Victoria 2Stroke. I have a good butane soldering iron but I knew I needed a good controllable electric iron, so after a little research I bought the Solomon SL-30. So this is my first REAL soldering iron and it work great, the soldering temp can be adjusted very easily and appears very accurate. The iron handles very well and soldering tips are very easy to change out. Excellent

5.0

Incredibly versatile tool for any instrument or amp soldering job!

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Verified Buyer


I was getting very frustrated with with my ability to do good soldering work until I found this station on StewMac, It isn't cheap but to me it is worth every cent. The ability to maintain total control of the temperature and vary it as needed has made a profound difference in my ability to do good work.

I have used it on several guitars to replace pots and pickups with great success but it has been a godsend in building a couple of StewMac amp kits (The '59 Tweed Deluxe and the '66 Deluxe Reverb). This unit has performed flawlessly in these two builds.

If you intend to work on your own or other people's musical equipment pay the price and grab one of these beauties and take the time to learn the centigrade to fahrenheit conversion and you will be glad you did. Nuff sed!

3.0

Works great with the heat stick for neck removal

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I use this only for removing necks and it works great with the heat stick. I am sure it works well for soldering as well but I much prefer a different brand station that is priced about the same. There is no heat stick available for that iron so I bought the Solomon for neck removal. No regrets at all.

5.0

The best!!!

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The soldering iron works fine. It heats fast and it cools off fast. You can see the temp. cool and rise. It is an upgrade from the soldering irons I have had for the last 45 years. I would get the flat tip for soldering in case you need to solder something like the ground on the back of a pot.

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