#1
okay, i've been soldering some electrical stuff in my guitar for about a year now.. and i notice that the soldering tip shortens.. and now it's only so short that makes it difficult for me to solder in tight spots..

it's a cheap 40watt soldering iron that gets the job done.. so here's my problem.. i went to an electrical shop to buy a replacement soldering tip.. they have one for a 40 watter but it's fatter compared to my tip.. there was one which seemed just right but it was for a 30 watter..

question, what would happen if i use a 30-watt-tip on a 40-watt soldering iron? is it ok? any negative effects?

thanks.
Gear:

PRS SE Standard
Ibanez AEG8E-NT w/ Seymour Duncan Woody SC
Yupangco Classical Guitar
Korg AX5G
Marshall MG50DFX
Vox Pathfinder 15R
#2
I imagine the tip is rated for 30 watts because it isn't supposed to get any hotter than that.
I'm not sure though as I've never actually tried it.

If you're looking for a good iron and tips, you should check out http://store.guitarfetish.com/soirandac.html

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