I don't understand exactly what "not moddable" means. If it means "Can I modify a class B emitter follower stage to get voltage gain", then the answer is no. The second question is: what kind of gain can I get, and the answer is you can get current gain and you can get power gain.
I went to the ON Semiconductor website, found the models on the same page as the datasheet and added them to the standard library.I mean not electrically editable. I was looking at the circuit you attached to me. I don't have the library to test those two transistors. I was looking for the spice files but can't find them. Do you know if there are any equivalents on the standard ltspice library? I took a look at HERE but of I have not found true equivalents.
No there is not. That is the way they are supposed to look. You do realize, that on the schematic page you can select the part with "move" or "drag" and then rotate and mirror the part while it remains selected.
The schematic you posted in post #1, and the EDN schematic you linked to in post #3, are not the same. The EDN schematic is correct. And, that circuit cannot be modified to have gain greater than 1 without significant changes.I believe there is a problem with the PNP symbol being upside down.
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