That is pretty much all the advice OP needs.
Different people have different needs, I agree with bonez... 2-3 for biceps does generally suffice for most people and the 4-6 set range is good for each of those exercises.
Back, Chest, Shoulders etc...
Flyes, Flat bench, incline bench are just three I would consider staples of any particular chest workout.
Some people dedicate entire days to specific bodyparts this allows a greater amount of exercises and a greater amount of volume for the said bodypart.
Some people like to do a split where you dedicate half of that workout to one bodypart and the other half to another bodypart.
Some people do upper/lower days. This means you need to hit all of those muscles upper each workout. Lower day is of course when you need to hit all of those muscles.
Pull/push. Similar to the above but it's different in the sense that the exercises are changed based on whether the muscle pushes or pulls.
TBT. Total body training is the lowest form of all of these. You will do the least volume because you need to sacrifice some of it in order to hit every muscle in that training session.
So from top to bottom, in my opinion - best for bodybuilding.