The EX350 is an EX series solid body electric guitar introduced by Ibanez in 1988. It was manufactured in Korea by Cort.
The EX350 has a solid wood body bolted to a one-piece maple neck with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with triangle position markers. Components include pickguard-mounted Ibanez pickups with humbuckers in the bridge and neck positions flanking a single coil, a double locking tremolo bridge and a locking nut.
For the US market, the EX350's body is basswood. Several different species of wood were used for EX350s sold in Europe.
The EX350 featured a traditional neck joint with a metal plate through 1991. Starting in 1992 it has the sculpted All-access neck joint which does away with the metal plate. Also in 1992, the TRS-101 tremolo was replaced with a new lower-profile version.
In 1993 US-spec EX350s got a new 24-fret neck.
The EX370 is a similar model without the pickguard. The EX360 is a related model with a single coil pickup replacing the humbucker in the neck position and without the pickguard.
The EX350 was discontinued after 1993 along with the rest of the EX line.
Specifications for EX350
Year(s) produced: 1988–1993
Sold in: Europe / USA
Made in: Korea
Finish(es): Black (BK) 1989–1993 / Burgundy Red (BR) 1990–1991 / Burgundy Red Metallic (BRM) 1992–1993 / Desert Sun Yellow (DY) 1992–1993 / Jewel Blue (JB) 1991 / Laser Blue (LB) 1992 / Metallic Blue (MB) 1990–1991 / Pearl Red (PR) 1988–1989 / Silver (SL) 1989 / White (WH) 1989–1993
Body type: Solid body
Body material: US market: Basswood European markets: 1988–1990: Jelutong 1991: Agathis 1992–1993: Alder