is there an easy way or should i just bang em out? thanks in advance
Guitars: Les paul standard faded(wcr crossroad pickups), SG special(wcr crossroads) Roadhouse strat, G&L ASAT, Mahogany Strat (P90 and SD JB)

Amps: Vox AC-15 w/celestion blue, Vox AC-4tv, Orange tiny terror head, Ampeg Reverberrocket.
I'd say pliers, and a hammer, and a screwdriver with a square head.
There's my guess, I don't think there is any other "easy" way to do it. If there is, I can't think of it right now.
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Last edited by timbit2006 at Nov 17, 2009,
Pliers may bend the bushings. I would try to find a dowel small enough to insert in the hole from the opposite side, and gently hammer on the dowel to tap them out.
^This. Worked on my old Strat knockoff.
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pin punch (or equivalent) and a small hammer. tap it around the rim from the underside. don't get too trigger-happy or you'll end up chipping the wood or paint.

dowel is good too, but you don't really wnat something that fits in there too closely. again, badness with paint.

using pliers and screwdrivers and shit is just asking for trouble.