Yes, the 750D is a trustworthy camera if you are fixed on Canon. But it is completely a matter of personal purposes, as said before. I sold my Canon 6D and take Fujifilm X-E2 with a 35mm lens, which did not impair quality of my photos and brought me many options for shooting where I can't risk to shoot with the bulky 6D! Moreover, my new Samsung NX Mini with a 9mm wide (a 24mm equivalent on a film) can do as many as 85% of my daily photo job for me. Therefore, the main question is what you need as "amazing photos"; maybe a 750D can serve you as the best camera on the world, and maybe, you will not be satisfied.
These are my recommendations: buy 750D if you like Canon colors (this is a specific matter!) and do not need for some quick changes in your settings before each shoot (which is true for such areas as soprt and wild animal photography)! If you plan to shoot fast targets in a quickly changing environment, this is more reasonable to buy a used camera with a top display and more manual controlling functions. And if you are planning shooting at streets or take travel photos, then your choice can be a bit lower camera (like a 600D or a 700D) with 24mm and/or 40mm pancake(s) to bring you more portability with better quality.