This is the basic info:
Every guitar player should own this book:
All you really need to do a proper set-up, is; the book mentioned above, a capo, and feeler guages (get some from an auto parts store, they use them to measure the gap in spark plugs).
There is probably some info on youtube too. But the book has the science of how a guitar neck works, and the factory standards for Gibsons and Fenders, which will let you know how on track you are—or off.
Thank you so much! It really really help, but after I see that it seems maintenance much more harder then playing guitar itself haha, still I'm gonna trying. I'm gonna look at bookstore near my office, hope they have that book.
take your guitar to a qualified tech.
Wow, admin itself replying! The truth I wanna go to some luthier, but I don't have time and can't find any good luthier in my city. I work at music school, and when home I'm practicing (and it's already late) so you know. That's why better for me to trying to learn how to maintenance my own guitar, so I also can setup properly for my playing. Cheers!
I wonder, when Mr. Rosenwinkel will come to Indonesia again :)