Any chance you have a luthier nearby? When I was reviving my interest in playing, I wanted to have my 1957 Gibson ES-225 properly set up. Not knowing and not trusting the local rent-a-guitar-and-take-lessons place, I went online and found a professional luthier. I took both my guitars to him (which is what started me on my guitar buying jag, but that's another story...). He did a terrific job. He was a bit quirky, and very private, but I didn't care. He did the work I wanted, and that's what mattered.

I think luthiering (is that a word?) is a quietly disappearing craft. But there may be one near you worth asking...