I suppose that it depends on how you define 'good'. Since it's uncoated it's going to have a different 'look' than a coated lens; probably a little softer, lower in contrast but shadows will be more open. Most photographers prefer coated or multicoated lenses for a variety of reasons but I have a 1939 Rolleiflex with an uncoated tessar lens which I absolutely adore: b&w looks very dated, vintage in appearance. With color film, things look very different than with a modern lens. It's hard to describe but hue and saturation are lower and skies especially have a look that I really, really like. Your mileage may vary! I think that your best option is to try the lens out for a while, if possible, see if it works for you.

Mike