#1
yea, what type of solder should i use for guitars? thanks
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#2
I'm sure standard solder will work just fine.
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#3
Just standard solder - http://www.maplin.co.uk/Home.aspx?AID=10297371&PID=1233757 that gives you a load of different types, ive not checked them all but certainly the first two would be fine.
EDIT: While I think of it, it wants to be quite fine - you don;t want plumbers solder that needs melting with a blowtorch!
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#4
It really doesn't matter as long as you get the fine, circuit solder, not the heavy duty, copper pipe solder. Just go to radio shack and ask for some solder- They can point you in the right direction as could most hobby stores. Although it shouldn't matter, I suggest getting some with the rosin core.