The EX360 is an EX series solid body electric guitar introduced by Ibanez in 1988. It was manufactured in Korea by Cort.
The EX360 features a solid wood body bolted to a one-piece maple neck with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with triangle position markers. Components include Ibanez pickups with a humbucker in the bridge position and single coils at the neck and middle positions, a double locking tremolo bridge and a locking nut.
For the US market, the EX360's body is basswood. Several different species of wood were used for EX360s sold in Europe.
The EX360 featured a traditional neck joint with a metal plate through 1991. Starting in 1992 they have 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 EX360s got a new 24-fret neck.
The EX350 is a related model with a pickguard a humbucker in the neck position. The EX370 also has a neck humbucker, but no pickguard. The EX240 is a similar model with a single-locking tremolo.
The EX360 was discontinued after 1993 along with the rest of the EX line.