Here, we report successful measurements by surface Brillouin scattering (SBS) and scanning acoustic microscopy (SAM) of the elastic properties of small specimens of amorphous carbon obtained from C60 under high pressure and temperature. The superhard phases of amorphous carbon were synthesized from C60 at pressure 13 – 13.5 GPa and temperature 800–900°C. Two types of acoustic waves have been detected by SBS in superhard samples: surface Rayleigh wave and bulk longitudinal wave. The longitudinal velocity (νL) in the hardest sample is slightly lower than longitudinal wave velocity in diamond in  direction. Simultaneous measurements of the Rayleigh and longitudinal wave velocities make it possible to determine shear and bulk elastic moduli of the specimens. Obtained elastic properties for amorphous carbon synthesized under pressure 13.5 GPa and temperature 900°C are close to those for diamond, indicating that bonds among amorphous carbon network are diamond bonding dominated.